Has anyone had similar experience with sticking brakepads on rear wheels on 2006 Accord Tourer (petrol 2 litre)? Mainly rear near-side wheel. I replaced the rear discs about 2 years ago because of bad corrosion, apparently quite common on these cars. Replaced with Honda discs but used non-Honda brake pads. Everything has been fine until last 6 months when pads started to stick intermittently on both rear wheels. I've renewed the brake fluid and cleaned the calipers (several times), also checked the clearance on the hand brake shoes (operating within the disc itself) Possible causes I can think of:- 1 Sticking piston seals (pistons moved ok when cleaning calipers, no sign of any damage to dust seals) 2 Sticking caliper sliding pins ( ditto above) 3 Faulty equalisation pressure switch (unlikely as sometimes it's one side or the other, not both together) 4 Blocked flexible hosepipe (unlikely?) 5 Sticking handbrake cable (unlikely?) Vehicle has covered about 58K miles and usually garaged. Any suggestions and/or similar experience would be appreciated. Thanks.