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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicBoy View Post
    Normally it's anti-seize they use on the back of the brake pad to prevent vibration/chatter noises with the brakes.
    Usually the stuff is like a silicone goop that goes on the back of brake pads, this stuff is....grease. So, anti-seize...I usually stick that stuff where the parts rub against each other, not the whole back of the pad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madar View Post
    Usually the stuff is like a silicone goop that goes on the back of brake pads, this stuff is....grease. So, anti-seize...I usually stick that stuff where the parts rub against each other, not the whole back of the pad.
    The design is different but the service manual calls dark moly grease which comes with OEM brake pad set being applied to whole back of the pads for anti-vibration reason on my 1998 Honda CR-V.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yrwei52 View Post
    The design is different but the service manual calls dark moly grease which comes with OEM brake pad set being applied to whole back of the pads for anti-vibration reason on my 1998 Honda CR-V.
    Interesting, looking at the s/m they call for that grease. I didn't realize it was to be slopped everywhere, though. The dealer replaced the brakes on my 2014 and it wasn't all over the pad back.
    Thanks for the info, both of you...
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    Had to actually bring it back, brake pedal was spongy as hell, sometimes going half way down to the floor before anything would happen. They re-bled the system and now it's ok. Had to go through a lot of crap but I got my new rear calipers, and rotors and pads. Should be good as far as brakes go now for a while unless they screwed something else up, not mentioning they had to drain some oil out of the engine because they put in over a half quart over the full mark when they replaced my oil pan. Gold Cup dealer my ass!

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