Honda Odyssey Problem Report
Honda Odyssey Vibration Caused by Failed Rear Engine Mount
A rear engine mount that is broken can cause an engine vibration felt in the vehicle. Replacing the failed mount will repair this problem.
My 2006 Odyssey also has all 3 motor mounts broken, quoted cost to repair of $1,900. I figured I would pay a premium for a new Honda just to not have ridiculous things like motor mounts fail. So disappointing, and shameful for Honda that they can't design/build a vehicle that doesn't have problems like this, and then have the balls to charge that much for a part. - Visitor
Excessive vibration. Not fixed yet. Hopefully Honda places a recall on engine mounts - Visitor
Engine mount failure seems to be a common problem in these vehicles. - Visitor
dealing with this, the dealer says it could also be torque converter - Visitor
Excessive vibration Honda wants 900 for repair. - Visitor
cracked rear engine mount; haven't fixed yet, but quoted around $800 to repair - Visitor
VIBRATION DUE TO FAULTY REAR ENGINE MOUNT - Visitor
We also had all 3 engine mounts broken and needed to be replaced. - Visitor
Rear mount is broken - Visitor
Was told by Honda dealer that all 3 engine mounts may need to be replaced, but recommend replacing the rear engine mount first. Cost = $1,000. - drivemycar
There was allot of engine vibration to our van. After taking the Van to the dealer, the mechanics found that all three mounts were destroyed and needed to be replaced. I am glad the mounts were still covered under and extended warranty. - Visitor
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