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Vibration on Honda CR-V 2006 at speed 40-50 mph

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I am owning Honda CRV 2006. Recently, it started vibrate at speed 40-50 mph. One can feel strong vibration while accelerating, and it goes away when you do not push the speed pedal. I have checked the cardan joint, balances of wheels and tires, put new tires – nothing helped. Could you advise a solution of the problem, please ?

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Oki

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  • Laurie P Oct 26, 2013

    ioktay did you find your problem to the vibration? I was told it possibly could be the differential damper if so it is a 65.00part. he part has rubber that wear out quickly ( poor design) the rubber holds this 3" long tube which is supposed dampen the vibration from the differential. Please let me know ok take care

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This is your one of your axels.. they are damaged inside.. Get them removed asap it can cause major damage if it brakes loose..each axle costs about $90-100

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  • Laurie P Oct 26, 2013

    Tico_ek9 how do you know it's a axle? inside? I looked at axles and i dont see anything wrong?

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