How To Buff Out Minor Scratches On Your Car

August 9th, 2021 by

Those tiny little scratches here and there on your car are just a little bothersome. But, you can get those little surface scratches out with a basic home remedy… toothpaste. To do so, all you need to do is make sure the spot where the scratch is is cleaned and dried. You don’t want any…

My Signal Lights are Blinking Faster, What Does This Mean?

June 12th, 2021 by

If your signal lights are blinking faster than usual, you could have a burnt out bulb. Since the bulb is burnt out, the total voltage load is lowered which allows the circuits to fire even easier. This is your car letting you know it’s time to change lightbulbs. – To make sure your lighting systems…

When Should You Check Your Tire Pressure?

June 11th, 2021 by

Did you know improperly inflated tires can make them wear faster as well as lower gas mileage and handling? Those are just a few reasons it’s important to keep your tire pressure in check. Here’s how to regulate your tire pressure to keep your Honda running smoothly: Locate the your vehicle’s tire pressure information, this…

When Should You Change Your Transmission Fluid?

June 4th, 2021 by

The transmission is one of the most vital components of any car. An automatic transmission detects when to shift gears using oil pressure based on how you’re driving. Maintaining proper transmission fluid levels is key to your car’s long and happy life. According to the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA), it’s recommended to change your…

My Brakes are Squeaking, What Should I Do?

June 3rd, 2021 by

There are many reasons brakes make noise. Brakes that make a scraping sound could have caught a rock or some other small object. Squealing brakes could indicate rust accumulation on the rotors which is fairly common. However, if you notice your brakes begin to squeak it means your brake-wear indicators are doing their job. Your…

How to Repair Car Dents and Scratches

August 3rd, 2018 by
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Schedule Service Whether your Honda car has been nicked or seriously dented, you want to know how to repair it. If the dent is in a place where you can just push it back out manually, that’s probably the easiest solution. Yet sometimes it needs a more robust process like heating it up or buying…

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How to Take Care of Leather Car Seats

July 26th, 2013 by

It’s important for car owners to take good care of their vehicles, from cleaning your windshield to cleaning your seats. If your vehicle has leather seats or leather-trimmed seats, ensuring these are cleaned and properly maintained can ensure they keep their quality for a long time. However, what most Monticello drivers don’t realize is that…

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Don’t Miss the Service Specials at Middletown Honda

July 24th, 2013 by

My grandpa used to say the only two certainties in life are death and taxes. And while no one is forcing you to get regular vehicle maintenance, it is essential to making sure your vehicle has a long, healthy life. It doesn’t need to cost you your whole savings, though. Middletown Honda has deals on vehicle…

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Easy-to-Do Home Car Maintenance

July 23rd, 2013 by

You’re not an auto mechanic, but you’re not too bad working with your hands. So you decide to take on a little home car maintenance. You’ve got a free Saturday, so why not? But where should you start? Again, you’re not an auto mechanic. Luckily, there are a few easy-to-do vehicle maintenance things you can do even…

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How a Timing Belt Replacement Can Save You Money on Repair Bills

July 22nd, 2013 by

Your timing belt is an important part of your engine’s ability to function. Like most vehicle components, when it’s working properly, you have no idea that it’s there. When it slackens or snaps, though, you’ll know pretty quickly that something is wrong. This is why, like regular oil changes and tire rotations, getting your timing…

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