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Honda CR-V Brake Problems

Honda CR-V brake Problems Honda CR-V brake Problems

1838 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Honda CR-V. 124 of these members (6.7%) have reported brake repairs for their car. A total of 176 brake repairs to Honda CR-Vs--an average of 0.1 per vehicle--have been reported.

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Honda CR-V brake repair cost distribution

Chart based on 140 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2007 Honda CR-V 4dr SUV

166-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic AWD

50000 mi US $115 VSA (vehicle stability) warning light kept appearing and it became difficult to take car out of park. Dealer found that brake pedal sensor was faulty. Replaced it, now car runs fine. It took three repair trips to find this. 
9000   rotors needed to be resurfaced 
9000   Symptom: Loud grinding sound from left rear brake. Cause: Frozen caliper caused premature pad wear (to nothing). Fix: Caliper freed up; both sets rear pads replaced; rotors resurfaced. 
23000 US $250 Frozen caliper on left rear brake required new rear pads and rotor resurfacing. Second time this has happened in less than 25,000 total miles. Honda has no explanation; claims caliper itself is OK. 

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2005 Honda CR-V 4dr SUV

160-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed automatic AWD

48000 mi   Caliper stuck and burned up brakes. Replaced caliper and pads. 
58000 US $690 when I had tires rotated at tire place they told me I needed brakes so I took it to my regular mechanic who agreed and did the job 
20000 US $240 Noisy rear rotor. Dealer said it was harmless. Goodyear, installing new tires, said many OE rotors are "too light," my left rotor had a deeply rusted spot and replacement of rear rotors was optional functionally but would eliminate annoying noise. 
41300   Needed rear pads and rotors plus scheduled maintenance 
44000   Front pads and rotors 
47120 $480 Replaced brake pads, turned rotors. 

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2002 Honda CR-V 4dr SUV

160-horsepower 2.4L I4 5-speed manual AWD

105000 mi US $200 Needed new front brakes. 
79360   ABS warning light coming on. Could not duplicate. 
96720 C $490 new front brakes (again) and service rear brakes 
114700   Seized rear brake caliper. Replaced. 
119660   rear calipers replaced. Were previously replaced so parts covered under warranty 
144460   Noise, particularly when tight turn. Brake callipers 
145080   Front brake lines failed due to rust in the area where they are not coated. 

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2002 Honda CR-V 4dr SUV

160-horsepower 2.4L I4 4-speed automatic FWD

108000 mi US $80 Brake rotos rusted. 

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2002 Honda CR-V 4dr SUV

160-horsepower 2.4L I4 4-speed automatic AWD

108000 mi US $375 Brakes were pulsing due to warped rear rotors which were not replaced during brake job done at ~81,000 miles. Replaced all 4 rotors and both sets of pads. 

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