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i bought an old classic car a few years ago and when driving it home found car had a major braking problem,when i braked hard car would pull badly to the left but when brake was released the car pulled to the right for a few miles and was then ok until the brake was used again.this fault was traced to the right hand front brake line (rubber)breaking up internally allowing fluid past only under high pressure and then only slowly allowing that pressure off,hence the left/ right pull on steering.im not suggesting honda had old rubber brake lines but it could be a manufacturing fault in a b/line.if brake pressure is read at cylinder it would still read normal.