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  1. Join Date
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    Hi all,
    I just changed my civic fd for a 2008 crv.
    It is 2.0 2x4 automatic with electronic power steering.
    I am having 2 problems.
    milage is 96k and I just changed 3 mounts which were all broken.car was vibrating like crazy.
    1)changed left mount, right mount and 1 transmission mount. Is there any more mounts? Car is still vibrating at idle... And it's idleing at 400-500rpm is this normal?

    2) when changing from N to D, there is 1 sec delay and thrb a bad jerk from transmission. I thought it is because of the mount but it stikk remains even after changing....

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    #2
    its idling badly because 3 things.. ignite, compression, fuel.

    check codes kung meron scanner. if not find a honda mechanic...

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    #3
    hi,
    i seeked some professional help. they said the knocking sound is from the electronic rack and pinion.
    and the jerk is from the transmission.

    15k for the rack and pinion seals and 45k for transmission rekit and repair..... does this sound good? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by szekan View Post
    Hi all,
    I just changed my civic fd for a 2008 crv.
    It is 2.0 2x4 automatic with electronic power steering.
    I am having 2 problems.
    milage is 96k and I just changed 3 mounts which were all broken.car was vibrating like crazy.
    1)changed left mount, right mount and 1 transmission mount. Is there any more mounts? Car is still vibrating at idle... And it's idleing at 400-500rpm is this normal?

    2) when changing from N to D, there is 1 sec delay and thrb a bad jerk from transmission. I thought it is because of the mount but it stikk remains even after changing....
    Idle should be around 700-850rpm..imo


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    #5
    Honda CR-V 3rd gen still uses hydraulic power steering ... not EPS ...

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    #6
    Quote Originally Posted by szekan View Post
    hi,
    i seeked some professional help. they said the knocking sound is from the electronic rack and pinion.
    and the jerk is from the transmission.

    15k for the rack and pinion seals and 45k for transmission rekit and repair..... does this sound good? thanks
    it does not sound good.
    is this casa, or non-casa?

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    #7
    Quote Originally Posted by StockEngine View Post
    its idling badly because 3 things.. ignite, compression, fuel.

    check codes kung meron scanner. if not find a honda mechanic...

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    #8
    Quote Originally Posted by szekan View Post
    hi,
    i seeked some professional help. they said the knocking sound is from the electronic rack and pinion.
    and the jerk is from the transmission.

    15k for the rack and pinion seals and 45k for transmission rekit and repair..... does this sound good? thanks
    I suggest you to go step by step, eliminate the simple and cheap problems first.

    Stock engine is right, have it scanned first.

    Dr D is right, how can you have a rack and Pinion problem if the CRV is not EPS?

    45k tranny rekit and repair... Very expensive to me... Try changing the ATF first, with the right ATF grade, if this can handle Dexron 3, my recommendation is Eneos D3 ATF (corrected my 2014 Ford Everest's notorious shift shock), this will cost you around P270 per Liter + P300 labor.

    As for the supports, the most I've seen is 3 supports, all of which you said you've replaced. So move forward.

    Yes the RPM is too low for any vehicle. A scan will guide you best.

    I suggest you to go step by step, eliminate the simple and cheap problems first.

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    The 2.4 comes with oil while the 2.0 comes with eps... It came as a surprise to me as well....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    Honda CR-V 3rd gen still uses hydraulic power steering ... not EPS ...
    The 2. 4 uses hydraulic while the 2.0 uses eps...

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