Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
Makes a clicking sound when brakes applied
If the brake pedal is very hard with little braking effect you have either a faulty servo or a leak in the vacume pipe to the servo ,,,, if its a diesel the vacume pump could be faulty also ,,,,, if pipework is ok carefully plug out the pipe from the servo there should be vacume in the pipe with the engine running,,, on a petrol this will effect the engine speed as you are introducing a air leak into the enginebut will do no harm ,,, if you have vacume in the pipe its the servo thats faulty if you have no vacume inspect the pipework back towards the engine to either find a leak or faulty vacume pump
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Door Lock Problem
The lock actuators have a worm-drive gear, that are probably worn.
Remove door panels, use bearing grease to lube up everything inside the door.
Spray WD-40 (or similiar) on the parts you can't reach with your hands.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: vw passat tdi 2001 4dr
You should have a servo pump to help the pressure on diesel models. If the pump fails, then the brakes feel soft as though there is no pressure there. The other fault is, that a wheel cylinder or some other brake componant is leeking fluid. Cheek for fluid leeks and if there are none get the pump checked out.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
from my experience its sounds like ur front rotors may need resurfaceing...if ur doing that...may as well replace the brakes on the front as well...sometimes glazed front brake pads may make a sound but never heard of it as a grind, usually its a squeal...have ur dealer check ur rotors for hot spots in which u would need them replaced if they are overheated..also check the front pads for cracked brake pad material
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
SOURCE: Brakes on 2002 Honda CRV
It sounds like there is a problem with the current calipers, it would be cheaper to try replacing the current ones with a new one NOT FROM HONDA. buy an aftermarket caliper and try that. Dealerships will try to screw you over and take money from you when its not necessary.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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