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2010 Honda Crosstour, 55000 miles; vibration when

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2010 Honda Crosstour, 55000 miles; vibration when accelerating and no vibration when not accelerating. Tires and rims have been checked and zero balanced.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Honda
Expert:  camerontech replied 1 year ago.

Hi there,

My name is ***** ***** I am a licenced diagnostic technician with over 20 years experience.

I will do my best to help you with your automotive problem. Please remember, I cannot see, hear or feel your vehicle which can makediagnosing very complicated and some vehicle require extensive diagnotics that require certain diagnostics computers that can not be done over a computer or phone.Please be patient as I am not online 24 hours a day, as I do work, but I do check my page every day.A positive rating is always appreciated for my time and knowledge to help you with your problem.

This sounds like you have a driveline issue.

Im thinking more towards the front axles (constant velocity joint).

there is probably a axle with a flatspot on one of the joints.

when axles go, they will show signs of an issue when under load (turning or accelerating).

the tricky part is figuring out which one...

this will require an experienced tech to determine which one is faulty, but both usually end up getting replaced.

I appreciate positive ratings and always reply to follow ups after initial rating!



Expert:  camerontech replied 1 year ago.