JBA - Have you ever experienced a CVT transmission from your Honda Mobilio buzzing while driving? Well, if you have experienced this, then there may be a problem that you need to fix immediately.
Rizki Auto Supriyanto, the owner of the automatic car specialist workshop said that if the CVT transmission on the Honda Mobilio buzzed, then this would indicate that there was a serious problem on the inside of the CVT transmission.
According to Supri, the hum could be felt from the CVT transmission when the engine was started. Even the buzzing sound will be louder when the car is being driven.
So what caused the buzzing sound on the Honda Mobilio CVT transmission section?
Supri said that the humming noise that often arises is due to worn pulley bearings or worn crankcase bearings.
"Usually the buzzing sound because the bearing pulley or crankcase bearings have begun to wear out so that the engine rotation becomes unbalanced," said Supri, as reported by Otoseken.com page
"These bearings are the axle pulley in the automatic CVT transmission system and indeed often occur in Honda Mobilio," said Supri again.
When this bearing wears, it will make it oblique when spinning. Well, this is what ultimately makes a buzzing noise.
Besides due to problems with the bearings found in the pulley, the buzzing sound could also come from bamboo bearings or axle gear bearings from CVT transmissions owned by Honda Mobilio.
Bearing this damaged you can easily feel by rotating the bearing. If when playing feels oblique, it can be ascertained that the bearing has been damaged.
To fix this, you need to replace this bearing pulley. But the replacement must be a set following with his pulley.
"For Honda Mobilio pulley bearing size figures, it is quite unique and no one is selling except for one set following the CVT pulley. So if you want to change, you have to replace the pulley too, "explained Supriyanto again.
Supri also explained that if the buzzing sound on the Honda Mobilio CVT transmission mostly occurred on used and old Honda Mobilio, and the old owner did not take care of the CVT properly.