I have a 2012 TSX and everytime the weather is below 30F and I don't warm up the car, my brakes fail. I had an emergency a week ago where I had to rush out and the car brakes were stuck and car would not stop for 5 feet finally brakes kicked in. I called Acura Dealer, they said that they've never heard of this happening before and to bring the car in a Tow Truck because I am not to toy with that. I brought the car in today, it's stayed overnight to see if they recreate the issue. On the other hand I am panicking because I don't want to be charged for something I think its a manufacture issue...and God Knows how much the dealer will charge to fix the issue.
I just bought a 2012 TSX Jan 17, 32K miles. After the car sat in the cold over night, the brakes failed first thing in the morning twice. First time I thought I did something wrong. I brought it back to the dealership and thank GOD it was -2°F this morning and they experienced the brake failure and were able to diagnose the problem. The check valve for the booster needs to be replaced.
This is obviously deadly serious dangerous. My dealer's service dept. says this is the first time they've seen this failure. Perhaps it's rare, but it only takes a are quick moment for disaster to strike. Hopeful they've fixed this for good. BUT I will double check my brakes before driving.