What would cause my 2005 Honda Accord to "shake" at 25, 35,45 mph?

Asked by Jun 26, 2015 at 10:50 AM about the 2005 Honda Accord EX w/ Leather

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Automatic transmission, 4 cylinder, RPMs do not "jump." It's not tires or certain roads.

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1,485

This could be caused by numerous things. Check your suspension, Stabilizer links and ball joints are a common issues for vehicles. I'd look at these first. While your checking these check control arms and wheel bearings next. Warped rotors can also give you a shake.

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Good morning Stanford. But grkilgore_va are you sure it's not wheel balance when you say 'not tires'? Do you feel it in the steering wheel?

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Have you had any work done on the vehicle recently ? May be loose lug nuts.

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46,365

Tires would be number 1 reason, leaky bad struts, loose lug nuts, bent wheel, bad wheel bearing, bad cv joint, loose suspension parts,engine miss etc.

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Good afternoon Fordnut.

46,365

Good Afternoon Stanford.....

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Could also be the torque converter not operating properly, but hard to tell with your description of what's happening.

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I have the same problem before and in my case mechanic found rear wheel bearing was faulty and cause that whole car shaking .

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Whats up Bob!...being helpful as always I see.

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