Whenever you’re looking for Honda brake pads and rotors, the parts center here at Victory Honda of San Bruno will be happy to find the right ones to fit your exact make and model. Those parts should be checked as part of your manufacturer recommended service schedule, but there’s always a chance they’ll wear down sooner than expected. That’s why we think every driver should learn to identify the warning signs that any part of their braking system might require expert attention.
With that in mind, simply read on to explore:
Brake pads are put under plenty of strain whether you’re taking a quick trip into Toledo or driving across the state, so they generally need to be replaced every 5,000 miles. Signs your brake pads may require attention include:
You can also perform a visual check by yourself. If any brake pad appears less than a quarter inch thick, it’s time to schedule servicing.
Brake rotors generally go anywhere from 30,000 to 70,000 miles before needing to be replaced, so you shouldn’t have to worry about them as frequently as your brake pads. That said, the rotors too may sometimes wear down sooner than expected. Just a few common warning signs include:
To perform a visual inspection, simply check the rotors for any surface cracks. You’ll find them mounted to the wheel hub just behind the hubcap.
When you need servicing tips and advice, the service team at Victory Honda of San Bruno will always be happy to assist. To find out more or arrange servicing, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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