There's a lot working behind the scenes to make sure that your Honda is able to come to a safe stop when you press down on the brake pedal. From your brake rotors to brake pads, everything should be in top shape so that there's no chance of something going wrong when you're trying to slow down. You can pay attention to how your brakes feel when you come to a stop and listen for odd noises. Checking the system on a regular basis is a smart idea as a vehicle owner. When checking over your brakes, you should start with your brake pads. These are often the first parts to wear out. You press on your brakes countless times when you are driving and although your brake pads do last a long time, they eventually wear thin. Replacing the brake pads when they become 1/4 inch thin will also keep your brake rotors from wearing down. The braking system on your vehicle involves more than pads and rotors. The brakes in your vehicle also contain the brake booster, master cylinder, wheel brake assemblies and the emergency brake. All your brake parts work together to cause friction which causes your vehicle to stop. When looking for replacement parts for your braking system, look for OEM parts. These are the best choice when it comes to your brakes. We sell OEM Honda brake parts on our webstore. Order yours today!
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