If you want to do it yourself, this is what I used and you only need 1 bottle per fluid change. http://www.amazon.com/Gunk-M1410TS-Automatic-Transmission-Treatment/dp/B000CPJLEYPanthos, thanks for the suggestion. I will have my honda dealership do this and see if it helps. WHen you say "Honda synthetic ATF DW-1 + adding the additive for torque converter shutter"What additive should be put in the torque converter? Is it something I can do myself? My Xtour came with a 30 day warranty and still under warranty so I want to make sure Honda covers this.
The fix seems to have cured the issue for my rideLocal dealership diagnosed this as a binding issue with the front CV joints necessitating replacement of the front axles - which is covered under the powertrain warranty. Fix hasn't yet been made but I'll report back once it is.
Huh??? Not all vibrations are the same! Most of all of the threads you posted this in this was normally the first thing done by the dealer... Was for me as well. And ended up not fixing the issue.A TSB was issued on August 30, 2016 concerning what Honda calls the "judder" at speeds between 20 and 45 mph.
It is Service Bulletin 16-066 which says to "update the A/T and PGM-FI software and replace the automatic transmission fluid."
They have extended the warranty portion that covers this if your car is within the age and mileage parameters. You VIN number is required to verify these things.
So far, it seems to have worked for me.
Well, a possibility regarding the problem of your steering wheel in reverse may have something to do with the power steering pump. Have you replaced any fluid in it ever, and if so are you SURE that you used the stuff marked as "for Honda?" Doesn't necessarily have to be Honda brand, but from my experience, using fluid that is not has a chance of actually shredding the entire power steering pump system.
Is there some way for you to have your power steering system looked at? What you are describing sounds kinda similar, though much quieter, to what happened to my old Accord when I had to replace that pump.