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definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
41,500 miles

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2008 Acura TSX brakes problems

brakes problem

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2008 Acura TSX Owner Comments

problem #1

May 012012


  • 41,500 miles


Brakes have worn considerably over the last 10,000 miles. I purchased the vehicle 'certified pre-owned' in may, 2011. Now, only a year and 10K miles later...the car has begun to shake violently, affecting driver's ability to steer during heavy braking. The onset was incredibly fast...from barely noticeable to violently shaking the car in about 300 city miles at most. Looks like the pads will need to be replaced and the rotors smoothed, maybe replaced. Based on the estimates I have found, this repair will cost approximately $175 + labor if the rotors do need to be replaced. The unfortunate part about all of this...I didn't even have time to get my pads changed before they began to wear on my rotor. The stock Honda brakes appear to have worn out in the rear first, then the front. From what I can tell, the front brakes had to pick up the slack from the notoriously inadequate rear brakes, causing the fronts to wear considerably faster.

- Cornelius, NC, USA

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