Good Afternoon 94eg!
I am about to do my 2005 Pilot's timing belt. I am stuck! I need to ask you a very important question. PLEASE CALL ME, my name is Karo, my number is (909) 238-5980. I will greatly appreciated I need HELP.
Okay, I see your personal info says you have a 2005. Best deal if you need both FRONT & REAR pads, is buying from DCH Honda on ebay. The pads are $49 front & $47 rear and shipping is $9.69 + $0.01. The problem with buying multiple items on ebay is that ebay's checkout doesn't combine shipping automatically. So if you purchase both items (buy-it-now), don't pay right away. Wait for the seller to send you an invoice with combined postage and it will save you $9.68. You may want to shoot them an email asking to combine the postage which may speed the process along.
I would go with Honda pads only on the Pilot. They may be a little more expensive, but it's worth it since they last up to 100k miles. Rock Auto doesn't sell Honda brand parts though. Your best bet for a good deal on OEM brake pads is either ebay, or one of the online Honda dealers like OEMAcuraParts.com.
What year is your pilot and I will get you the right brake pads part numbers and find you the best deal???
I live in Reno NV. I'm not a professional by any means, but I am a car guy. I have 4 Honda's and I take care of them all. I like using websites like this and Honda-Tech.com but it really depends on you.
I wouldn't mind helping you out, either in person or over the internet. I can kinda talk you through some stuff, but I understand not everyone is capable of getting in there and doing it yourself.
Thank you so much for your information. I'm think that you must be a tech. I went to dealer today and I was afraid that they couldn't find out what's going on. They just asked me to pay $110.00 diagnostics and keep saying this would be normal you waste your money blah blah blah...
If you are a tech and near my area, I would like to take my car to you. Where do you live?
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