Performing regular maintenance according to the factory-recommended Maintenance Schedule is the best way to keep your Honda running in optimal condition. Each vehicle has its own maintenance needs, so Honda develops specific maintenance schedules based on model equipment, such as transmission choice or the addition of a towing package. The Maintenance Schedule calculates service needs based on your car’s mileage. It checks engine-operating conditions and helps coordinate oil service dates and other maintenance check-ups. Prevent problems before they occur.
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Get your engine oil replaced, change your oil filter, and front and rear brakes inspected. Check your Honda’s Parking Brake Adjustment, and inspect other important parts, such as brake hoses and fluid levels. The importance of cleaning and lubrication of caliper brackets, brake pad shims, caliper slide pins, brake pads, and calipers to prevent binding, loss of fuel economy stemming from rusted/binding brake pads, excessive heat, premature wheel bearing, and brake caliper failure, premature brake pad wear, rotor wear/rusting/warpage, poor brake pedal feel and braking efficiency.