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Why Important?

There are many moving parts to an engine that require lubrication to avoid damage. This is where oil comes in. Over time, though, that oil breaks down, becomes contaminated, and no longer does its job properly. Like doing the dishes or mowing the lawn, it might be a hassle, but changing your Honda’s oil is a necessary task that must be done.

Why Important?

You just got your brand new Honda and it happens—you get a scratch. It might not be too noticeable, but to you it’s a gaping wound! Like Neosporin on a cut, touch up paint can help repair your car. It might not flawlessly remove that scratch, but if done correctly it can make your Honda look better than it did, and help prevent further damage.


Believe it or not, winter will eventually end and spring will be here. Make sure your Honda is reliable and running as it should. Here is a helpful do-it-yourself checklist of things that should be looked at for Spring:

  1. Check your lights (Headlights, Brake Lights, Running Lights and Turn Signal Lights)
  2. Check your tire pressures (to make sure that your car handles the way it is designed to)
  3. Check your tire tread depth (the penny trick – place Lincoln head-first into your tire tread. If you can see all of Honest Abe’s face then it’s time to come see Classic Honda and shop for tires)
  4. Check your wipers – if they are streaking time to replace them. Tip use Genuine Honda wipers so that you only need to replace the wiper insert that wears out.
  5. Change your oil. Summer is a great time to get that oil change done at home before it gets too cold.
  6. Check all of your vital fluids – Brake Fluid; Transmission Fluid; Coolant; Power Steering Fluid; and Engine Oil (Be sure to top off using Genuine Honda Fluids!)
  7. Take one last look over the car for areas that need touch up paint to protect over the harsh months to some.
  8. Check your battery and the connections to it for corrosion. The last thing that you want to have happen is your car will not start when you need it most.
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