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Why Important?

Your windshield wipers aren’t probably the first thing you think about on a daily basis. But once that rainstorm hits, or you get splashed with mud, you’ll be glad they’re there! With the weather changing and rain in the forecast, now is a great time to make sure your wipers aren’t leaving streaks, but are clearing your windshield as they should!

Why Important?

The engine is like the heart of your Honda and the oil filter is essential to helping it run smoothly. These little filters help keep out dirt and other particles that make it past the air filter. How often should this be changed? Check your owner’s manual for specific instructions, but a good rule of thumb is to do so along with every oil change.


It’s hot out there! But let’s make sure your Honda is as cool as a cucumber. Don’t wait until the last minute to change your oil or check your battery. When the family’s ready for a spontaneous trip to the park or the beach, so should your car. So here is a helpful do it yourself checklist of things that should be looked at for Summer:

  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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