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Old 01-11-2019, 12:24 PM
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Frozen Rear Brake Pad to Rotor

I've never experienced this with any other car I've own. Last Friday, after the car sat for 3 weeks, I put the car in gear and heard a loud pop from the rear. It sounded like a tooth on a ring gear had sheared off. Drive off and when applying the brakes I hear on uneven roar form the rear. Like a bad wheel bearing Next morning upon further inspection...I can see the the outside brake pad had left a "rusty" uneven low spot on the rotor. I've been driving it for a week...noise is slowing fading...once the rotor evens out it should be gone.

Has anyone experienced this with their 2016 second gen, RDX??

Are the rotors covered under warranty??

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Old 01-11-2019, 12:25 PM
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Brakes are consumables.. won't be covered under warranty. Perfectly fine to drive on..
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