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Coolant Flushes Are an Important Part of Vehicle Maintenance

August 30th, 2013 by

Regular maintenance involves a lot more than oil changes and tire rotations. Looking in your vehicle owner’s guide can help you find out how often you need to take care of that other stuff, like timing belt replacements and coolant flushes. If it turns out that you’re overdue for any of these services, we encourage…

Why Getting Service Now Will Save You Money in the Future

July 8th, 2013 by

  Your car has just suffered a breakdown on the Palisades, just north of the city, on the hottest day of the year. “If only I had gotten the ______ checked out!” you shout into the roar of oncoming traffic. It’s true. Comprehensive maintenance coverage is the key to a long, healthy life for your…

Beat the Rain and Change Your Wipers

June 29th, 2013 by

Oil change? Check. Tire rotations? Check. You even got even got the timing belt replaced. Double check. But did you think about your wipers? Your wiper blades are an often forgotten safety system in your car. When they’re in fine working order, they make driving in the rain a piece of cake. But if you’ve…

Don’t Ignore the Signs of Car Trouble

June 21st, 2013 by

  You spend enough time around your car to know when something is wrong. It’s that parental instinct. And like a good parent, you need to follow-up on a car issue before it becomes a big problem. A visit to the mechanic to check out a weird sound or smell may cost you a little…

Don’t Ignore the Check Engine Light

May 24th, 2013 by

You’re heading back from a nice summer hike with your family and reflecting on a great day.  As you reach the home stretch, those two mysterious words suddenly appear on your dashboard, wrapped in a strange, squiggled contour: check engine. The sheer simplicity of these words strikes dread into the hearts of many drivers. Ignorance…

Attack of the Bad Alternator

May 21st, 2013 by

You’re driving in your trusted Honda from the city back to Newburgh. You decided to take the kids out for a day of site seeing, or your partner for an afternoon on the town. Or maybe you were just catching up with an old friend. Whatever the reason, you’re feeling good, and the last thing…

Cleaning Stains Off of Car Seats

May 18th, 2013 by

The first spill in a car is always the worst. For me, it’s typically the dreadful moment that my car goes from “new” to “well worn” status. Here are a few essential tips when dealing with spills and stains. By keeping your car looking as new as possible you’ll keep its resale value high. Remember…

How to Remove a Bumper Sticker

May 5th, 2013 by

So it’s come time to sell your old car, but you’re sure that your large collection of fading bumper stickers may deter some potential buyers. Or maybe you want to keep your car, but there’s an unwanted bumper sticker that reminds you of a preferred political candidate who has since faded into obscurity. Whatever your…

How to Clean Your Car’s Interior

May 3rd, 2013 by

It finally looks like summer weather is here to stay. If you’re like me, and I should know better working at Middletown Honda, you may have come to the horrible realization of how big of a mess your car has turned into over the cold months. Spending a little time giving your car’s interior some…

What is a Coolant Flush?

April 15th, 2013 by

We all know oil changes are important. Without them, you’re car will very quickly run into disrepair, leading to very expensive bills from your mechanic. The same goes for timing belt replacements. But what about coolant flushes? Are they really necessary? One of the worst things you can do is economize on your recommended vehicle…

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