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Vibration 2WD or 4WD?

  • Vibration 4WD Model

    Votes: 14 23.3%
  • Vibration 2WD Model

    Votes: 6 10.0%
  • What Vibration?

    Votes: 40 66.7%
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Quick question, Is the Vibration coming from the 2WD car or the 4WD car? I am bit confused, which really does not take much

Vibration at High Speeds......Thanx, Spike
 

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To clarify what vibration are you talking about? Feedback to the wheel when driving at high speeds? Vibrations noises when going over bumps? Etc...?
 

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I have yet to feel this vibration everyone seems to be talking about and I have over 7600 miles on my CT. The only vibrations I feel are from the road. I drove my car up from FL brand new and in those 16 hours I did not feel any "irregular vibration." If there was a problematic vibration I probably would've felt it in that time or at least by now. I have a 2WD btw...
 

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4WD - no vibrations other than when I am cranking the stereo 8)
 

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I just picked up my brand new 2010 CT 4WD and there is a steering wheel vibration between 65 and 75 MPH. Lovin' the car except for that and from reading on the boards it seems as though the dealer can fix it.
 

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Vibration over 70 mph ...front and rear ...
 

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OK, the way I see this pole going it looks about 50% are getting a vibration. We need more of you all to chime in.
 

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I see 73% of the respondents voting "no", while only 27% are voting yes. Where are you seeing 50%?
 

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EX-L 4wd have vibration that starts at 23MPH and ends at 27MPH. Nothing after that.
 

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I'm really glad this poll was posted.

I'm certainly not trying to downplay the serious problem that some of us owners have... but this points out that it is a clear vocal minority with the issue. (and not some rampant problem)
 

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...but this points out that it is a clear vocal minority with the issue. (and not some rampant problem)
Don't get sucked into the idea that a forum represents the total population. It doesn't. The only thing you can say is that the majority of the respondents don't have (or notice) a vibration issue. For all we know, the majority of the total population does have a vibration issue with their Crosstours, but also don't bother posting here and instead go straight to the dealer with their complaints.
 

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To clarify what vibration are you talking about? Feedback to the wheel when driving at high speeds? Vibrations noises when going over bumps? Etc...?

When I am driving at 110KM's and then again [email protected] 130KM's I get vibration on "IN" the steering wheel. It feels like when you have mud or snow in your RIM's or that your balance is off!! It's a very crappy feeling and makes me wonder what the design has in it that makes this happen. The Honda Dealer has indicated that it's a known issue but they have no fix for it.. It could be design vibrations meaning that it's an AIR-FLOW/ENGINE VIBRATIONAL issues, but whatever it is, it's gives the Car a cheap feeling whilst it's happening. I LOVE THIS CAR, but this is really irritating..
 

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When I am driving at 110KM's and then again [email protected] 130KM's I get vibration on "IN" the steering wheel... /quote]

I get the same thing, at the same speeds (~70 mph). I don't SEE anything, i.e., the steering wheel isn't shaking, but I FEEL something, a buzzing, like bees are inside my steering wheel! I had my wheels/tires Road Force balanced, which helped a little (I used to feel the vibe at 50 mph) but didn't cure it. I will take it to the dealer again. It is an annoyance, since there is so much to love about this car.
 
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