my honda vibrates on 2000 Honda CR-V

My honda vibrates when i drive on the highway goin 75 or more

by in Mahanoy City, PA on October 27, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on October 27, 2009
I always say do 70 why you going so fast? Just kidding listen all you need to do is balance your tires this will solve the problems right away
ANSWER by on October 27, 2009
Vibration at this speed is mostly tire related. Check for unusual tire wear/tire damage or rim damage, check tire pressures, you could try rotating the tires front to rear and see if the vibration changes but it will most likely require "wheel balancing" at a tire shop to rectify the problem. Vibration could also be suspension wear but most likely tire related.
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