Category: Service Department

What are Shocks & Struts? The purpose of shocks & struts is to maximize your tires’ contact with the road, especially on poor road conditions and in severe braking situations.Honda has o...Read More

What is a Driveline Service? The driveline in your all-wheel-drive vehicle makes sure you have power available for both the front and rear axles when road conditions demand it. Driveline fluid is ...Read More

What is a brake service? A brake service involves the inspection, cleaning, and lubrication of all the brake components. During the brake service, the Honda-trained technician will measure the bra...Read More

What is a timing belt? The timing belt synchronizes the interaction between major engine components to ensure everything is “timed” just perfect. How long do timing belts last? Over ti...Read More

What is a serpentine belt? Honda vehicles are equipped with a serpentine belt, also known as a drive belt. Serpentine belts have replaced other types of belts because a single belt is more compact...Read More

What is the purpose of antifreeze/coolant? Antifreeze/coolant is designed to keep your engine running at normal operating temperatures and to prevent freezing during the cold winter months. Why is...Read More

What is brake fluid? Brake fluid, also known as hydraulic fluid, is responsible for moving the various components of your Honda’s braking system and also prevents corrosion within this syste...Read More

The longer and warmer days near the end of winter signal that it’s time to start thinking about your first tire change of the year, as your winter tires will soon need to be flipped over to all-...Read More

Winter driving – with its salt and sand and general grime – can leave your vehicle a little worse for wear. Thankfully, some simple springtime maintenance will usually be all it needs to recov...Read More

Keeping your auto in good condition makes sense on many levels. A smooth-running vehicle is more pleasant to drive, is more fuel efficient, and – crucially – is also much safer. While ...Read More