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#1 da24tis

 
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Posted 01 April 2008 - 12:58 AM

Hey guys I've got a Accord that has a vibration in idle while in gear, goes away with increased rpm's. The vibration is felt through the floor board and steering wheel. I believe it is coming from the engine, but the engine runs perfect, no dtc's. It's not related to A/c or ambient temp. I believe this problem is a common problem, as there are a lot of threads on the net about this concern but no REAL Honda tech answer, just a bunch of "jacks" with no knowledge answers. Oh if you are a Honda Tech, can you tell me what else I should look out for with this car? My wife just bought it and from what I hear there pretty reliable. Thanks

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Posted 01 April 2008 - 09:03 AM

It's possible you have a mount issue (or even that it's normal-- I have no experience with this car). Jack under the oil pan, and then again under the trans, each time checking how the vibration changes in the body. If it goes away, you probably have a problem with one of the mounts.
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Posted 07 May 2008 - 01:32 PM

Idle speed up to specs? If the Throttle body is dirty the engine will run under the target idle speed and a four banger will run pretty rough at slower RPMs.
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