My 2011 CR-V LX includes a wobble at 98-100 kilometers per hour throughout the chassis. Putting your hands anywhere you will feel from the dashboard and arm rest for that the wobble/shaking. Of the tires balanced and replaced them. While it was still within warranty, Honda replaced the bearings, drive shafts [and removed the propeller shaft and tried bolting by a CRV on a different pair of wheels. All efforts failed to rectify the wobble. I understand the price will run away, although I’m tempted to chase this issue again. —FrankC
Seems to me was diagnosed by process of elimination — swapping out everything that the answer will appear.
Given I see just 1 thing left that requires your attention: the transmission.
I guess that the locking torque converter of the transmission is shuddering.
A visit to a transmission shop is advised. Their identification will require them to push the vehicle using a diagnostic tool that is harmonious. The technician will review anomalies in transmission shaft speeds and engine speed that happen at precisely the exact same time.
Then a transmission rebuild will be required if a problem is shown by the test results.
Lou Trottier is owner-operator of All About Imports in Mississauga. Have a question about repair and maintenance? E-mail, putting “Lou’s Garage” in the Topic area
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