Routine oil changes are essential to your Honda vehicle’s long-term health and maintenance. You should change your oil between every 3,000 and possibly even 8,000 miles, depending on the age of your vehicle. For most newer Honda models, the Maintenance Minder system gives you reminders directly on your instrument cluster too. Not receiving regular oil … What’s Included in a Honda Oil Change?
It’s easy and all too common to complain about the high cost of car insurance. That is, until you need it. The sad fact is that a vast majority of vehicles on the road today will eventually have a collision claim, need refinishing for vandalism, or will become a total loss for an accident or … How to Find a Certified Honda Body Shop
Honda Key Replacement Near Me Whether you live in Kansas City, Overland Park, Lee’s Summit, or beyond, you’ll one day find yourself hunting for your Honda’s keys. Maybe you misplaced them at work or your dog ate them. Your kids might’ve ‘hidden’ them in the toilet bowl. There’s a reason new vehicles come with a … How Do You Get a Honda Key Replacement?
What Causes the Noise Under My Hood? Fresh off the car lot or a couple decades old, your Honda will make noises at times that you don’t recognize. It could be something normal, a simple irritation, or a sign of a major problem. But how do you know which noise needs attention and which ones … What is the Noise Under My Hood?
You know how hot it gets in these parts come summertime. It’s sweltering, and you sweat in places you didn’t even know you had. Your Honda, fortunately, has a fantastic air conditioning system, making your vehicle a haven from the summer heat. But is your Honda’s A/C going to work like it should this summer? … You Should’ve Had an Air Conditioning Inspection If…
Costs are always going up whether you’re looking for a pair of shoes at the mall, a video game for your XBox 360, or repairs for your Honda. It’s tempting to cut corners. After all, what’s the difference between Nike shoes and mail order shoes from overseas, right? And why not borrow or burn video … Five Reasons You Should Always Use Genuine Honda Parts
Every car is equipped with tires, from the compact Honda Civic and midsize Accord to the flexible Honda Pilot and ultra-capable Ridgeline. There are a few things about Honda tires, like all tires, that remain constant: they’re round and black, and they wear out as you drive. You can rest assured that at some point … Your Source for Honda Tires in Kansas City
When it comes to maintenance, you’ve got your bases covered. You religiously get your Honda’s engine oil changed when it’s due (or sooner). Your tires are rotated to maintain even tread at all four corners. Your fuel system is cleaned regularly. You have your brake fluid and power steering fluid changed whenever it’s recommended. But … Service Basics: Honda Transmission Service
You love your Honda, and you’d do anything to keep it at its best for years to come. All cars – even Honda models – eventually need some work. It could be routine maintenance or an occasional repair here and there. Whatever it is, you want someone you trust to put their hands on your … Where to Find the Best Honda Mechanic
Winter takes its toll on everything, and your Honda’s suspension is no exception. Icy ruts on the roads toss your car all over the place. Sometimes, sliding is unavoidable and a curb just happens to be in the way. And when spring takes over from the chilly winter, potholes pop up all over Kansas City. … How is Your Honda’s Suspension Doing This Spring?
No matter what kind of vehicle you drive, how you drive it, or where you drive, your brakes will eventually wear out. That’s what they are designed to do. They operate by squeezing soft metallic friction material – brake pads – against a hard metal surface – brake rotor. The friction causes your vehicle to … What Are the Signs of Brake Issues?