That sucks. I know that my idle is a little rough especially when it's cold, but once it warms up, the vibration is gone. My vibration is around 65-85mph. I don't think mine vibrates around 2200rpm.cant watch the video, can repost the link. I also have the same issue. But what I have noticed is, the car vibrates at a certain rpm. mainly around 2200 rpm or less. I have an automatic 2004 with only 50k miles. My mounts were broken. I replaced the three in the front with used ones. still have the shake. My knock sensor was messed up as well, so I had that fixed as that can cause vibrations. Still have the vibration. I feel like it could be my axel but the car vibrates when I put it into D and have my foot on the brake. Cant figure it out and its driving me nuts.
What mechanic?? I have an 05 tsx and I live in Middle Village, literally right next door. My tsx has the exact same thing yours had as you desribed and I wanna get it fixed.Ok as promised an update on my progress. It took a while to find the axles and to be delivered but finaly everything is done and it's true the shaking when accelerating is from the axels.Changed the front two and the car runs perfectly my mechanic charged $430 for the parts and labor.
Is it a shake or a wobble as in the wheel rotating back and forth by itself? Happens every time you are steady in 55-65 range or every now and then?sounds like mine. Shaking at 55mph to 65mph at a cruising speed but so far no one seems to know. Spent all sorts of money. New bearing & hubs, new rims, new tires, balanced over & over again and the steering wheel still wobbles.. the only thing I have left is cv axle. But again it is at a cruising speed???
Check front lower control arm bushings. U can replace whole arms or just bushings. DONT BUY OFF EBAY YOU WILL BE REPLACING THEM TWICEMy car is shaking when I reach a certain speed of 60mph after I go over that speed the shaking stops. I also have shaking when I brake as well and I heard thats a warped rotor. Please let me know what this could be. Axles, Rotors, wheel bearings, something like that.