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Old 01-08-2019, 11:18 AM
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Hello honda owners . I have something that is driving me nuts has any body been experience when driving this accord with 6 speed auto that with the HVAC system on auto that when your at a stop light or stop with the break depressed and in drive mode feeling the aircondintioner compressor causing on and off vibration like a back virbrator through the steering wheel and also drivers seat and door panel. I have taken the car three time to dealer and they say it is normal . When the break is depressed and in drive and HVAC on auto it vibrates if I slip the shifter into neutral and or turn the air compressor off it does not do it . I am in need of help . Is this normal has other people experienced or am I just nuts
Old 01-08-2019, 07:19 PM
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welcome to the forum. check serpentine belt and tensioner, sometimes these cause vibrations under stress, ( belt and tensioner normally changed each 60k miles) also if the rpm is below 750 at idle with a/c on, it can cause vibrations.
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