Arent you supposed to do that when you get the car? I recall doing it on my Stoptecs on my FN2It's a known issue (I believe that the FK2 does it too), mine squeals like crazy too. It appears to be down to the pads been a bit better than your average Honda pads and they might need bedding in.
I followed this Stop-Tech guide:
Stock Brake System Bed-in
It did seem to help although it was not done under the best of conditions so may not have been as effective as it could have been. I have still have a little brake squeal but it does seem very much reduced. I may well try the procedure again when I get chance, to see if I can eliminate it completely.
I certainly had no instruction to follow that procedure from the dealer and I haven't seen anything in the handbook but then it is massive so it could be in there somewhere, but where is anyone's guess.Arent you supposed to do that when you get the car? I recall doing it on my Stoptecs on my FN2
Dealer handovers aren't what they used to be like :frown2:I certainly had no instruction to follow that procedure from the dealer and I haven't seen anything in the handbook but then it is massive so it could be in there somewhere, but where is anyone's guess.
All I can say is that it did seem to help things.
Its so loud it wakes my 2 year old daughter in the carThe chap from the clips did the same, sold up and got an amg
Honda wouldn't accept any fault.
I appreciate it will make some noise, but it was so loud it was ridiculous.
Decided to sell the car. This was one of the reasons.
They just lost a 11 year customer
Bad news that, was hoping that would of been the end of it.
I've also had pm's from an fk2 owner experiencing 4th gear issues, he's booked in tomorrow so should hear back.
His is a 2017 plate, I'm convinced this is due to being American made, 15 plates were Swindon made and I'm sure I've not heard of a box issue, there after it's been issue after issue with both models