No he's legit. I was leaking brake fluid a few months back. My brake light would come on sometimes. When I got it checked out at Midas they showed me that the driver rear caliper was leaking. I just kept on topping off the brake fluid instead of replacing the caliper. Now it's been a few months and the brake light has not illuminated
Could my stainless steel brake lines be the culprit causing the leak somehow?
Strange, but one of my rear calipers broke open last year. The guys at the shop said they hadn't seen that happen before on a honda, but w/e. Either way I went to this place called autoparts international, I believe it's a local only warehouse thing. But I got the OEM piece in exchange for my busted one plus 90 bucks. Then put it on myself. It's quite easy, just take your time and bleed the brakes afterward. Stupid shop wanted to charge me close to 200 too. So it can be the caliper itself, just not likely I guess.
heads up, out of all the OEM sites i found, www.hondapartsnow.com was the cheapest. way cheaper than majestic when i bought stuff for my car. they only charge shipping and tax unlike shipping, handling, and tax like majestic