Question about Honda CR-V
The most common reason for a vibration is most of the time due to a bad tire. check the tire and look for a bubble or what we call a hop in the tire, this is on the tread of the tire not the sidewall. a good way to do this would be on a lift, this will be hard for you unless you spot the bad tire otherwise the crv will need to be put on a lift and ran in drive as you watch the tires spin and look for a hop in the tire, your crv is 4wheel drive which means all wheeels spin so all tire must be off the ground when checking them. if the vibration is at low speed then the bad tire should be easy to find, this is where i would start first, with tire checking, alsomake sure tire pressure are correct, at around 32psi. good day.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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