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I originally heard a knock in my front end, replaced the stabilizer bars with mooge (sp) bars because they were supposed to be the best. They only lasted a month! Brought the truck to the Honda dealer, they put on Honda stabilizer bars and could find nothing else wrong with the front end... Its only been 5 weeks and they failed again. I'm out $450 and can not afford this every month. I don't go off reading, only drive 5 miles to work everyday. Someone please suggest something because no one can tell me what is causing this. PS I baby my truck and have it check over often. My whole front suspension I have been told by three different people is in great shape including the dealer. Th dealer is going to warranty this, but can't guarantee they will the next time they go out.

WENT TO HONDA.COM AND GAVE THE RADIO SERIAL # AND VIN NUMBER THEY EMAILED ME BACK 16 CODE NUMBERS AND ALL 5 DIGIT. IT NEEDS TO BE 4

Truck has 45,000 miles. Just purchased from dealer. Traded in a 2006 Ridgeline I purchased new. Never experienced this in my previous Ridgeline. My guess is its something to do with the transmission. Fluid was a pint low. This is now corrected. Anyone have any thoughts on this anomoly?

The maintenance indicator is at 80% When
Should the oil be changed if a year goes
By and it still has not reached 15% for a service