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Frequently Asked Honda Service Questions

Do I need to Schedule an Appointment for Honda service?

While appointments aren’t required for Honda SUV service, Honda truck service, or any other Honda service for that matter, to beat the lines and help our service technicians, scheduling an appointment is always recommended. You can schedule your Honda service right here online or you’re welcomed to give us a call! Don’t forget—we regularly have new Honda service coupons to save you any more on your Honda service, so be sure to print them out and bring them on your next visit.

How Often Does My Honda Car Need an Oil Change?

We recommend that you change the oil in your new or used Honda car every 5,000 to 7,500 to miles, depending on the road or terrains you drive under. If you are frequently driving on harsh roads or off-road terrain, we recommend you bring your vehicle into our Honda service center to change your oil sooner!

Why Do I Need to Rotate My Honda Tires?

Simply put, your Honda tires do not wear evenly on their own unless you rotate them frequently. Without rotating your tires at the appropriate time, they will wear faster, which could become a safety hazard and put your tires at risk for a blowout!

When Should I Get My Brakes Checked?

If you start hearing grinding, squealing, or high-pitched noises coming from your tires, it’s likely that your Honda brake pads need some attention. Stopping power is incredibly important for the safety of you and your vehicle, so if you’re hearing rough noises or smells when applying pressure to your brakes, visit our Honda service center, conveniently located on Lumley Road, as quickly as you can!

Do You Use OEM Parts?

Yes! It’s incredibly important to use “Original Equipment Manufacturer” or EOM parts on your car, truck, or SUV because they were crafted to perfectly fit your specific Honda model and are backed by a limited coverage warranty. At Reggie Jackson Airport Honda, our trained Honda service technicians use genuine OEM parts for every service!