I love my 2006 MK2 CRV and have started soending money on her as I plan to keep the car for several years yet.
I recently replaced front suspension struts and springs, track rod ends, front pads and some bent wheel studs, rear pads ( all work done Myself ).
I still have the nearside rear pads to replace , as the calliper piston was seized solid . I'm waiting on a new piston and seals kit to arrive.
Here's my problem that is particularly annoying as I am getting on top of the jobs on the car.
Pulling away in second gear I get a short wobble or judder/vibration. No noise really, just the vibrating judder that lasts a second or two. It's fine pulling away in 1st gear, then I change to 2nd and as I pull away, the initial acceleration brings about the judder for a second and I accelerate past it.
This was even more pronounced prior to changing the front suspension ( the front offside shocker had completely given up the ghost).
Currently I'm thinking:
1) Engine or gearbox mount ( most favourable)
2) Drive shaft(s)
3) Clutch , bearing or dmf .
Anyone have any ideas on here? . I really want to get the car problem free and look after it as it is a brilliant vehicle .
All responses very much appreciated.