First check wheel alignment.... and then depending on what you did to try to get it out, you might check motor mounts. You could also have mucked up your shocks I suppose, but that's not a usual "vibration" cause. Likely some kind of suspension thing in any case. Check to see that your CV joints are still fully inserted into tranny. Depending on what you were actually stuck in (what "kind" of mud), it's possible you might have bent a drive shaft component (front to rear particularly). THAT would definitely cause vibration.2007 Ridgeline was stuck in mud up to chassis. After removal, vehicle vibrate. Had tires balanced and rotated. Problem still exists. Help.
+1How was the RL removed from the mud?
Did you check for mud on the propeller shaft? In the snow and ice, that's been a common source of vibration issues... resolved when placed in a warm garage and melted off. But not that easy with mud.
Yes I call it a tow eye though since it makes a loop, just me.Are we talking about the tow hook in the left rear? (newer RLs omit this)