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I have a vibration on my Honda Pilot 2010 when I reach 25-35 miles. I change the 4 mounts and the converter.

Can it be a problem with the VCM?

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I have a vibration on my Honda Pilot 2010 when I reach 25-35 miles. I change the 4 mounts and the converter.

Can it be a problem with the VCM?

Thanks
An active VCM can cause noticeable vibration when maintaining low speeds. I'd disable the VCM and change to Full Synthetic Valvoline MaxLife ATF.
Is the check engine light illuminated?
 

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I have a vibration on my Honda Pilot 2010 when I reach 25-35 miles. I change the 4 mounts and the converter.
In addition to prolonging engine/trans life with the VCM killer (my opinion), depending upon the mileage the vibration could be due to worn suspension components and/or CV axles. Inspection them for the exact cause.
 

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In addition to prolonging engine/trans life with the VCM killer (my opinion), depending upon the mileage the vibration could be due to worn suspension components and/or CV axles. Inspection them for the exact cause.
Thanks . Today I change the front passenger axle.
 

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Finally the problem was resolved changing the CV Intermediate Shaft from the front passenger side.

This Intermediate shaft goes to the transmission.

No vibration.

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