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Old 31 Dec 2010, 01:05 pm
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Default 2006 Honda Pilot Break Job

I’m going to do a break job on my wife’s '06 Pilot. Hopefully I can get a break job in return for saving her all that money… Sorry, I digress.

I can get the pads, grease and shims from Honda for $80 which I think is the way to go as I trust OEM parts and the price isn’t too bad. Obviously, I will inspect and clean the calipers, break lines and the rotors but is there anything else I need to watch out for? Should I make sure to grease some pin or clean something that I wouldn’t normally think of?

The last Honda I had was a 1979 CVCC and outside of changing the VTR fluid, haven’t had much else to do with the car.

Thanks in advance for your replies.
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