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VIBRATING BRAKES ON A 2005 HONDA ODESSY

BRAKES VIBRATE WHEN BRAKING ON HIGH SPEEDS

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  • wmishmon1 Jul 05, 2008

    my steering shakes really bad, i replaced the front rotors,front tires and have new brakes on it and the pedal is still hard, the steering wheel still shakes and i can smell brakes when i stops. what could be the problem?

  • benylui Aug 06, 2008

    I have the exact same problem with my 05 Odyssey. My dealer checked the brake pads and said they are still good. The guy said next time when I change the brake, the issue should go away.

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    I have the exact same problem with my 05 Odyssey. My dealer checked thebrake pads and said they are still good. The guy said next time when Ichange the brake, the issue should go away. but still the same problem...

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    brake vibration while braking

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This is probably caused by uneven wear of the front brake rotors and or brake shoes. Also, have the tires re-balanced and check for any wheel alignment problems.

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The Odyssey is known to have some problem with brakes.
A vibration can be caused by a broken or deformed disk or pads at the end of their life.
It can also be a problem with abs.
In any case such a problem with brakes can compromise the safety of the vehicle, I think you should take it to the nearest garage for a checkup.

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    Ginko Jun 05, 2008

    If it happens only on high speeds is probably a deformed disk, if it's the pads it can do the same, but you usually hear some scratching noise.

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    Ginko Jun 07, 2008

    Well, if it is not the disk, the pads or abs, then what is your problem?
    I assume it was none of the above as you rated the answer negatively, go to a mechanic and have your brakes checked.


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This must be a case of worn or nearly worn brake pads, happens to me all the time. As you buy new disc pads, make sure you use a 'break in' conditioning to the new pads, meaning, from speed of 30-0 slam the brakes, then cool off, then 45-0, slowly do the same if it is safe to do so, and on a clear road, if possible do a 60-0 do the same thing. Before doing these, I have to say make sure, either have your rotors checked by a mechanic if it needs to be cut to specification meaning there are no ridges/circular deep lines on the rotor surface. Good luck...

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I am having the same problem with my breaks. The dealer checked it and said there was nothing wrong. I am taking it back again now that I see other people are having the same problems! I feel so much better now that I know I am not crazy!

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