Honda Passport owners have reported 22 problems related to brake abs warning light (under the service brakes category). The most recently reported issues are listed below. Also please check out the statistics and reliability analysis of Honda Passport based on all problems reported for the Passport.
2001 Honda Passport- abs light comes on and goes off randomly,abs brakes lock up when accelerating from any an all minimally fast starts.
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The abs light constantly comes on and off and the doors are not opening from the outside. There has been no accident or incident to cause these problems.
See all problems of the 1999 Honda Passport .
While driving 20 mph on the highway and making a left into an intersection driver applied brakes and consumer's vehicle skidded into another vehicle, causing a collision. The abs braking light was on dashboard. Consumer drove vehicle to dealer for analysis, but the mechanic could not duplicate the problem.
About a month after purchasing vehicle, brakes failed or shuddered a couple of times when braking at low speeds. Finally abs light went on and according to the manual this means the abs brake system is no longer working - have had no braking problems since. Dealer says it's a rear switch that's out, and wants over $200 to replace, but I haven't fixed it since research leads me to believe the abs system is faulty anyway. Have a daughter I don't want injured in a crash due to faulty brakes.
The consumers vehicle was broadsided by another motorist after making a left turn . In an attempt to stop the vehicle, the consumer depressed the brake pedal. The pedal went to the floor and failed to stop the vehicle. As a result the vehicle went down a hill and impacted a stone wall. The driver sustained back injuries. Prior to the accident, the vehicle had several brake failures. The abs warning light illuminated once. These brake failures occurred after the recall for the abs 02i002001 was performed.
The contact owns a 1999 Honda Passport. While driving any speed the vehicle experienced an extended stopping distance when the brakes were depressed. The abs warning light remains illuminated. The dealer stated there was a problem with the anti lock brake system. The dealer repaired the vehicle per recall# 02i002001. The failure continued to occur. The current and failure mileage were 107,000.
While driving abs light would come on, then the vehicle would have extended stopping distance. Consumer had been to the dealership on three separate occasions,but problem is still occurring.
Brake pedal will go to the floor causing extended stopping distance. Dealer has been notified. Ph.
Abs light came on while driving, after shutting off engine abs pump kept running. Vehicle has not been examined by dealer.
The abs light came on when starting the car, and a lound winding sound came out of the engine compartment. The abs motor was continuing to run, even with the car turned off. I had to disconnect it to get it stop so I could take it to the shop. The cost of getting it fixed was $1750, which wasn't covered under warranty.
While driving at 40 mph the abs light came on,. Then abs motor started to make a high pitch noise and continued on, even after vehicle was turned off. Consumer had to disconnect battery to turn off abs motor. Dealer was notified.
Prior to 1st incident, noticed spongy non-responsive brakes at all speeds. As the problem progressed, the brake pedal would go down to the floor and brake distance increased. On 3 occurrences, I experienced near collisions. I first noticed the problem on June 29th, 2001. Second incident occurred without notice as I was pulling out of a parking lot at approx 8 miles/hr. First, I heard a sound as I was slowing down to approach the signal. Then, the abs went off for approx. 5 to 10 seconds and during that time, I was not able to stop. I proceeded to turn right at the red signal with no other option available to me at the time. From there, I took the vehicle to suburban Honda where I originally bought and serviced my Honda Passport. Please note that the abs indicator light came on the night before the 2nd incident.
Anti-lock brake system is not working properly. Abs light came on and has stayed on. Contacted dealer, and dealer disconnected abs motor from vehicle.
Braking system malfunctioned, causing extended stopping distance. In one case, braking system was inoperative and resulted in a crash. Dealer said occupant's foot slipped off brake pedal and hit gas pedal. Previously, took vehicle to dealer for brake repairs. The consumer had three brake failure incidents for which the dealer could not find the cause. During the fourth failure, the vehicle went out of control and crashed, causing damage. The dealer states that the consumer possibly stepped on both brake and accelerator at the same time. Abs light illuminated after accident. Engine light illuminated due to manifold gasket leaking, dealer replaced it.
Many problems with Passport. Abs light stays on (bad rear sensor failure 3 times), front suspension problems (bushings are failing) problem happens 6 times, vehicle may stall while driving when clutch is depressed which causes loss of control of vehicle, fuel guage went out (dealer says it is the main computer system).
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Nar 9-10-03. Consumer complaint on a defective 1998 Honda Passport pursuant to maryland's lemon law. Battery cables replaced, brake warning light illuminates, rear suspension defective, and brakes pedal inoperable.
Consumer received recall in 1998 regarding abs light. The vehicle was taken the to dealer, however the light came back on, but the dealer told consumer there was nothing to worry about. Consumer visited dealer regarding brakes not functioning properly. Dealer diagnosed that brakes were not functioning at all in anti-lock braking situations. The dealer replaced the abs module. While driving home the abs light illuminated again. Consumer was charged over $1800 for abs repairs that should have been remedied under the original abs light recall. Dealer also advised consumer the abs light continuously illuminated because of the way consumer was filling up gas tank.
1999 Honda Passport experiencing problems with brake equipment and engine revving at idle. The abs light stays on even though vehicle was in for recall. The brakes goes out when vehicle hit a bump at 10 mph. The brake pedal goes all the way to the floor when coming to a stop causing extended stopping distance.
Problems with vehicle's abs system. The abs system is now repaired and the sensor cable is now broken. The consumer strongly believes that it is due to the faulty abs system and the dealership should pay for repairs being that the abs system could have caused malfunctions to other parts of the vehicle.
The abs light came on every six months. The dealer had been constantly replacing parts. Consumer stated with each occurrence, the incident was more crucial and major then the previous. Honda had serviced the vehicle after every occurrence.
I have experienced multiple failures of the abs system since purchase. The problem was intermitnt and generally at speeds of less than 20 mph on dry roads. I would estimate no fewer than 25 failures in two years wherein the brakes fail to engage properly at low speed causing the vehicle stopping distance to be excessive. When braking, the brakes often failed to engage particularly at rough intersections. It feels as if the vehicle slides over the bumps. Now the abs light came on and remains lit. The abs unit itself runs even with the motor off. I have removed the fuse and disengaged the abs which allows the vehicle to operate safely although there is no abs active. With the abs disengaged, I have had no additional problems. I believe this is a very dangerous and common safety defect with the 1999 Passport. There are a significant number of similar complaints to NHTSA and on the web which indicate this to be a manufacturer defect. I understand that this defect is currently under investigation and I would recommend fast-track recall action to avoid accidents related to this defect.
While driving the abs light illuminated, the vehicle was immediately returned to the dealer where they replaced various electronic components related to the abs system, the rotors failed causing vibration when braking at any speed, the rear brake pads were worn substantially more than the front pads. Nlm.
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|Brake Pedal And Linkage problems||
|Brake Disc Pads problems||
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