Vibration, Roughness, and Rattle Due to Damaged Engine Mounts on Honda Civic Hybrid

Damaged engine mounts can lead to vibration and roughness felt in the steering wheel. A rattle in the dash and engine area may also be heard. Replacement of damaged mounts will commonly correct these issues.

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Average mileage: 90,984 (9,700–168,000)
6 model years affected: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, more2007, 2009
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2009 Honda Civic Hybrid 100,000 mi,
Little bit shake when I push the gas
The mount set (4) is very bad I need new mount set for my car. Honda civic 2005 hybrid 1.3L
2007 Honda Civic Hybrid 100,000 mi,
We have been experiencing many issues with our Honda Civic Hybrid. We thought we had it fixed (last year about $4500 fixes) and now it rumbles when you push the gas pedal. Not buying another Hybrid ...
2004 Honda Civic Hybrid 110,000 mi,
Vibration started around 100K miles and became more noticeable around 110K. After replacing the transmission mount all vibrations are gone and my civic hybrid feels almost like new. Sweet.
2009 Honda Civic Hybrid 99,600 mi,
Starting to have vibrations when going into reverse. Then also during start-up and accelerating. I suspect engine motor mount but have no been serviced yet.
Vibration occurs when accelerating after a complete stop. Engine motor mount needs replaced 84,000 original owner
vibration after fix a new transmission why whats a problem tell me
2009 Honda Civic Hybrid 78,000 mi,
Bad motor mounts... Car vibrates/rattles badly.
2006 Honda Civic Hybrid 75,100 mi,
I had to have the left side mount replaced at 75,200. I had felt the steering and car shaking more than usual shortly before, but I waited since I was close to the 75,000 maintenance. The problem was discovered while in the service center. It cost approximately $600 (mostly labor cost) and replaced what is a molded piece of rubber. I never experienced this problem with any other car, but overall I have had fewer major repair bills than any other car, but when there is a problem, its usually costly.
2005 Honda Civic Hybrid 40,430 mi,
Left upper engine mount replaced at 40,430 miles. Presented as a vibration and low rumble. Again at 83,767 miles with same symptoms. Now am replacing 3 engine mounts and one transmission mount. All these problems identified at the Honda dealership and repaired by dealership.