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post #1 of 44 Old 04-20-2009, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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The car vibrates between the speed of 50 to 60 MPH

The car runs smooth between 0-50 mph. When it reaches 50mph, it starts to vibrate. But when it crosses 60mph, it becomes smooth again.. I'm not sure what the problem is??
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The car runs smooth between 0-50 mph. When it reaches 50mph, it starts to vibrate. But when it crosses 60mph, it becomes smooth again.. I'm not sure what the problem is??
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i just got all the 4 wheels alligned
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you should have the run out of your rims checked. see if they are bent at all. Does it happen when you are braking?
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i just got all the 4 wheels alligned
Did they do a balance as well?

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No...It vibrates only when i accelerate and that to only between 50-60mph...
I guess they did not balance the tires ...
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it can be the balance or the alignment but same shit is wrong wit mine 60 to 70 it has a vibration i checked one of my rims is ****ed up has a speed wobble at that speed and me being the moron who does all the mechanical work on my car i rotated my tires i forgot to put my wobbly rim in the front now its worse in the back its okay new rims coming soon
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I too have vibration from 60-70 and had my wheels balanced twice. The place that did it said that I had a slightly bent rear wheel so I replaced it and had them balance them again. It did not help. I have read lots of posts on the internet and the number one response seems to be wheel balance. Instead of balancing them again I borrowed the wheels off my dad's 06 hybrid and had the same exact problem. I have a horrible feeling that it is some type of engine related problem.

My shaking occurs when I jump on the freeway and then due to traffic conditions, cruise at a low rpm at about 60 and then accelerate slowly.The vibration lets up after 70. I can recreate the issue on all freeways and in turns. Anyone else having similar issues? I have a 4 cylinder 05 lx...
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check the tires for bumps and the rims as well, if they seem to be ok, you will need balance and/or alignment

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check the tires for bumps and the rims as well, if they seem to be ok, you will need balance and/or alignment
I'm not trying to be rude but i just told you that I swapped all of my wheels for a set off of my dad's car and still have the same problem so I don't know how checking the tires for bumps and the rims as well could be of any help

I also stated that I have had the wheels balanced twice.... I guess you are trying to be helpful so I appreciate that... maybe you were just responding to the other guy and not me.... I hope someone might be able to shed some light on this situation..
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I'm not trying to be rude but i just told you that I swapped all of my wheels for a set off of my dad's car and still have the same problem so I don't know how checking the tires for bumps and the rims as well could be of any help

I also stated that I have had the wheels balanced twice.... I guess you are trying to be helpful so I appreciate that... maybe you were just responding to the other guy and not me.... I hope someone might be able to shed some light on this situation..
mine happens when i accelerate slowly from 60 to 70 too then it lets up after i get to 70 i still think its my rim because when i rotated it i get more of a shaking in the rear end now

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You might be an inner CV joint replacement candidate.......

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bump... any updates?
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I had a problem like this with my 2004 i4 with 67000 miles. It would shake while accelerating. After about 60 I wouldn't feel it as much. Brought it to the Honda dealer where I bought it used. They told me I needed a new transmission because the bearings in the transmission were poorly made...

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