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Find Brake Parts and Service in NH
Looking for that hard-to-find Honda auto part in Manchester? If you need to replace brakes, a muffler, filter or any other Honda car parts visit our AutoFair Honda auto parts center. A member of our parts staff will help you locate the Honda part you need. You can even order your parts online by completing AutoFair's online parts order form. Learn more about purchasing auto parts in NH by visiting our parts center page. With regular factory-recommended maintenance, our dealership's department for Honda auto repair in NH can help you to keep your vehicle in like-new condition. For all of your Honda brake parts and service needs, we serve a variety of communities surrounding Manchester, including East Merrimack, Londonderry, Bedford, Derry, Nashua, South Hooksett, Hooksett, Goffstown, Concord, and Salem.
Why Service at a Honda Dealership
Dealerships have invested a considerable sum of money in specialized machines, tools, and training. Our mechanics receive extensive and ongoing training to better understand the particular subtleties of the brand and your vehicle, as well as the numerous changes that accompany each model year. In general, this extra training helps us to complete your maintenance or repair more quickly and to fix it right the first time. Also, at AutoFair Honda we use Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts rather than aftermarket parts, which ensures consistency with regard to fit and performance. For your convenience, fill out our online service appointment form for a quick and easy way to get your Honda back on the road.
Sometimes replacing a Honda car part requires special skills and tools. At our Manchester Honda dealership's high tech service center our mechanics are ready to make those repairs. The Parts Department at AutoFair Honda maintains a comprehensive inventory of high quality genuine OEM parts. Our highly knowledgeable staff is here to answer your parts inquiries. Should we not carry a part for which you're searching, we can always order it for you and receive it within a timely manner. For even more savings, visit our Parts and Service specials!
What are the Signs of Brake Trouble?
For many owners, maintaining the vehicle's brakes is something that is often overlooked. But keeping your brakes properly calibrated and in good working order can prevent costly repairs down the line, and, more importantly, help you avoid a collision. There are two ways to check for brake wear on disc brakes: by looking and by listening. First, check for wear by looking at your brake pads through the spaces between the wheel's spokes. The outside pad will be pressed against a metal rotor. Generally, there should be at least 1/4 inch of pad. If you see less than 1/4 inch of pad, you may want to have your brake pads inspected or replaced.
Have you ever heard a high-pitched screeching sound when you applied your brakes? That's a small metal shim, called an indicator, which is giving you an audible warning that you need to replace your brake pads. You should be aware of this sound and if you hear it regularly, quickly make an appointment with your service department at AutoFair Honda.
Other implications of brake problems include reduced responsiveness or fading. If your brakes are not as responsive as they should be or if the pedal "sinks" toward the floor, this could be an indication of a leak in the braking system. If your vehicle "pulls" to one side while braking, it may be a sign that the brake linings are wearing unevenly or that there is foreign matter in the brake fluid. Your vehicle may need a brake adjustment or to have the fluid drained and replaced. Another sign is a vibration or pulsating brake pedal, which is often a symptom of warped rotors (but can also indicate that your vehicle is out of alignment). The vibration can feel similar to the feedback in the brake pedal during a panic stop in a vehicle equipped with anti-lock brakes.