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Old 14 Mar 2005, 08:35 am
MLEGARE
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Default Accord 2003 LXG motor vibration at 2000 RPM

Last week, I bought an Accord 2003 LXG manual 5 speed with only 25 000
miles.

During acceleration or deceleration I feel motor vibration in the car near
2000 RPM.

This is not severe vibrations but each time I tried 03 accord and later
ones, I always noticed that these cars had really smooth running engines.

Do someone has an idea about this problem ?

Thanks

Marc Legare

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Old 14 Mar 2005, 12:17 pm
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Default Re: Accord 2003 LXG motor vibration at 2000 RPM

In article <BE5B0B44.64E%mlegare@iqdho.com>, MLEGARE <mlegare@iqdho.com> wrote:

> Last week, I bought an Accord 2003 LXG manual 5 speed with only 25 000
> miles.
>
> During acceleration or deceleration I feel motor vibration in the car near
> 2000 RPM.
>
> This is not severe vibrations but each time I tried 03 accord and later
> ones, I always noticed that these cars had really smooth running engines.
>
> Do someone has an idea about this problem ?
>
> Thanks
>
> Marc Legare


Marc,
It's my guess that the tires are out of alignment or the tires are not
balanced properly. I suggest that the first step is to have all of tires
balanced and see if that solves the problem. If not, get an alignment of
the wheels. Perhaps other posters might be able to offer more suggestions.

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Old 14 Mar 2005, 12:36 pm
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Default Re: Accord 2003 LXG motor vibration at 2000 RPM

dans l'article jason-1403051017080001@pm4-broad-27.snlo.dialup.fix.net,
Jason à jason@nospam.com a écrit le 14/03/05 13:17*:

> In article <BE5B0B44.64E%mlegare@iqdho.com>, MLEGARE <mlegare@iqdho.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Last week, I bought an Accord 2003 LXG manual 5 speed with only 25 000
>> miles.
>>
>> During acceleration or deceleration I feel motor vibration in the car near
>> 2000 RPM.
>>
>> This is not severe vibrations but each time I tried 03 accord and later
>> ones, I always noticed that these cars had really smooth running engines.
>>
>> Do someone has an idea about this problem ?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Marc Legare

>
> Marc,
> It's my guess that the tires are out of alignment or the tires are not
> balanced properly. I suggest that the first step is to have all of tires
> balanced and see if that solves the problem. If not, get an alignment of
> the wheels. Perhaps other posters might be able to offer more suggestions.


The tires are freshly balanced and aligned

I also feel this problem when the car is idling and I let the motor rev
freely to 2000-3000 RPM.

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Old 15 Mar 2005, 12:25 am
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Default Re: Accord 2003 LXG motor vibration at 2000 RPM

In article <BE5B43DF.66D%mlegare@iqdho.com>, MLEGARE <mlegare@iqdho.com> wrote:

> dans l'article jason-1403051017080001@pm4-broad-27.snlo.dialup.fix.net,
> Jason à jason@nospam.com a écrit le 14/03/05 13:17*:
>
> > In article <BE5B0B44.64E%mlegare@iqdho.com>, MLEGARE <mlegare@iqdho.com>
> > wrote:
> >
> >> Last week, I bought an Accord 2003 LXG manual 5 speed with only 25 000
> >> miles.
> >>
> >> During acceleration or deceleration I feel motor vibration in the car near
> >> 2000 RPM.
> >>
> >> This is not severe vibrations but each time I tried 03 accord and later
> >> ones, I always noticed that these cars had really smooth running engines.
> >>
> >> Do someone has an idea about this problem ?
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >>
> >> Marc Legare

> >
> > Marc,
> > It's my guess that the tires are out of alignment or the tires are not
> > balanced properly. I suggest that the first step is to have all of tires
> > balanced and see if that solves the problem. If not, get an alignment of
> > the wheels. Perhaps other posters might be able to offer more suggestions.

>
> The tires are freshly balanced and aligned
>
> I also feel this problem when the car is idling and I let the motor rev
> freely to 2000-3000 RPM.


I am sorry--I was under the impression that the problem was only when your
Honda was in motion. If the problem happens when your engine is just
idling--the first step is to adjust the timing. If that does not solve the
problem--the next step if to check the engine mounts. You might want to
have a mechanic do it since it's easier to check the mounts when the
vehicle is on a lift.

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