I purchased the TL SH AWD Bar for $130 and New Moog Bushings for $10, So All together $40 for the 20mm Bar, I will Make the new Post Once its installed.
It's the same thing how my top trim EX-LN V6 4wd (the n means navigation) did not have the Honda smart phone app, but the ex V6, did. They do a lot of stupid things. I haven't taken it off yet but I measured it to be the 14mm per their specifications. I'm sure a 15mm bar would fit on fine.What do your original bushings say on them? cause mine say 15.0 in the corner. Hondapartsnow doesnt even show an ex 4wd option on the site, just an ex v6 2wd. Honda being weird would be a great explanation for why the 14mm even exists but it seems like a waste of more engineering costs for a car that was going to fail for being ahead of its time
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If the 20 works without issue then yeah I don't see why reverting to the previous 15 wouldn't.I'm sure a 15mm bar would fit on fine.
I'm not a professional in brake fluid flushing, but I assume draining the reservoir and then filling it with new fluid, and pumping the brakes while adding new fluid to flush the new fluid through the brake booster and all the lines would clean them out. I wouldn't do it until it's empty and then fill because I hear bleeding the booster is hard, and bleeding the abs needs an obd II tool.If the 20 works without issue then yeah I don't see why reverting to the previous 15 wouldn't.
Off topic, do you think taking the brake lines off the calipers and then draining the fluid by pressing the pedal would completely empty the brake lines for a full flush? Everywhere that tells you how to do a fluid change just says suck up the fluid from the master reservoir with a turkey baster but I want all the fluid in the system out.