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Hello,
I just purchased a 2011 CRV with 65K on it. I Like it so far....

However,
I just had a complete front end job done on my 2011 CRV. Rack/pinion steering components replaced on front end.
Steering is tight now...no worries.
But I have developed a wobble/vibration at various speeds emanating through steering column.

I'm going to make sure that: 1) wheels are balanced, 2) front end alignment/balancing was done and that the 3) engine mounts are good.

Speaking about the topic of engine mounts.... How many are on my CRV? 3?
I had a Ford with similar issues at one time and broken engine mounts were the culprit.
and are they cheap and easy to replace? if necessary

Please advise and thanks to all!
 

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I've replaced mounts on a variety of other vehicles but none on a CRV.

Per the google search it looks as if there are 4 motor/transmission mounts in total and there appear to be a few places that sell them as a set.

Good Luck!
 

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Thanks for the reply KCGL1800. The issue was the tire balancing. The Honda dealership does not include any balancing as part of my maintenance plan!
It is an extra fee. As a result, I overlooked this easy service.
Back in the day, balancing tires was free or very cheap. Now, it's almost $12/per tire. (at the dealership)

It was $50 well spent but they should have detected this issue without my help.
Parts Changers vs. Mechanics.
 
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