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Car shakes at 60+ mph
1999 Honda CR-V

Car Shakes at 60+ MPH

(1999 Honda CR-V)
Can my front driver axle shaft cause my 99 honda cr-v to shake at speed 60+ mph. I went to the auto shop and they said that, that was my problem if i fix the axle shaft it would stop my car from shaking at 60+ MPH is this true?
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on December 29, 2010
Look at it this way, if they say that it will fix it, and guarantee it and it doesn't then they have to fix it properly or give you your money back. That's the way it works in Florida. I'm assuming you do have some laws that govern auto repair in CA. You might want to check into that.
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on December 29, 2010
Look at it this way, if they say that it will fix it, and guarantee it and it doesn't then they have to fix it properly or give you your money back. That's the way it works in Florida. I'm assuming you do have some laws that govern auto repair in CA. You might want to check into that.
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on December 29, 2010
if it is bad enough, yes it would cause a shimmy. it would have to be very loose if it would cause this.
i would check the steering linkage for looseness as well.

Roy
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on July 03, 2011
not true. had my axle shaft replaced on both sides. shaking got worse. now they are saying the inner tie rod
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