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Old 29 Jun 2007, 02:03 pm
B. Smith
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Default Element Brake Service Procedure

My 2004 Honda Element rear brakes require service every year to lub the
rear disk brakes. The calipers start to stick and wear out the rotors.
Any advice how I could service the disk brakes myself?
Any suggestons about a good service book for disk brake service?
Thanks in advance,
Brian
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Old 29 Jun 2007, 02:27 pm
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Default Re: Element Brake Service Procedure

B. Smith wrote:
> My 2004 Honda Element rear brakes require service every year to lub the
> rear disk brakes. The calipers start to stick and wear out the rotors.
> Any advice how I could service the disk brakes myself?
> Any suggestons about a good service book for disk brake service?
> Thanks in advance,
> Brian

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There's some great online help at www.tegger.com

You need to get that problem SOLVED. It should have been fixed by the
first guy that opened them up. Lubing the sliders isn't rocket science.

'Curly'
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Old 29 Jun 2007, 04:11 pm
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Default Re: Element Brake Service Procedure

motsco_ <motsco_@interbaun.com> wrote in
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> B. Smith wrote:
>> My 2004 Honda Element rear brakes require service every year to lub the
>> rear disk brakes. The calipers start to stick and wear out the rotors.
>> Any advice how I could service the disk brakes myself?
>> Any suggestons about a good service book for disk brake service?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Brian

> ------------------------------
>
> There's some great online help at www.tegger.com
>
> You need to get that problem SOLVED. It should have been fixed by the
> first guy that opened them up. Lubing the sliders isn't rocket science.
>
> 'Curly'
>




Honda rear disc brakes require serving TWICE a year if you live in a snowy
area.


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