458 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Honda Ridgeline. 38 of these members
(8.3%) have reported brake repairs for their car.
A total of 49 brake repairs to Honda Ridgelines--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
During an oil change MM They were rotating the wheels and noticed that the back brake pads were completely worn, paper thin. They were able to rotate the rotors but the pads all had to be replaced in the rear. Front brakes were in good shape.
Pulsing in brake rotors. Common with the Ridgeline according to some of the forums.
Left Front brake hose was damaged. Nylon cords were frayed.
VSA/Traction control fault light on. There's about 15 codes to sort out to find the problem. Owner is sorting through them.
Repaired VSA issue.
VSA lights on. Yaw angle sensor replaced.
New rear pads and filed down rust at pad contacts. rusting and binding rear pads seems to be common to the Ridgeline.
Rear brakes -pad and rotor replaced. pad seized due to rust, causing rotor damage. Common issue according to forums. Front pads and rotors replaced due to wear