How Honda brakes work is straightforward. Step on your brake pedal. Your vehicle slows down and eventually stops. What brakes do to make that happen is more complicated. The process starts with your master brake cylinder. It pushes brake fluid down hoses and lines to each brake caliper, which clamps a brake pad onto a brake rotor. Older Honda models may press a brake shoe to a brake drum instead. The pads and rotors (or shoes and drums) create friction during contact. This friction does the slowing and stopping. Newer Honda vehicles may also get help from a control module or wheel speed sensors. Sooner or later, though, OEM brakes go bad, even the top-quality systems Honda makes. How do you tell when to replace brakes, though? Look for the symptoms. A brake warning light is one of the most obvious. Other signs include abnormal brake shuddering and noise and an overly low or soft-feeling brake pedal. There are worse symptoms yet. They include reduced brake grip, taking longer to stop, and pulling sideways unintentionally when braking. The most serious sign of brake problems, however, is grinding. It often indicates brakes gone bad, with real-time rotor damage happening because of degraded brake pads. Think you need new brakes? Do a thorough inspection to be sure. If you need to order brake parts, you can take care of it online at our auto parts store. We carry only genuine Honda brakes guaranteed to fit your model. So, save project time and avoid the hassle of a line at the parts counter. Buy now!
Rear Drilled Brake Rotors (Pair)
Part Number: 08P88-TEA-100A
Front Drilled Brake Rotors (Pair)
Part Number: 08P88-TEA-100
Pad Set, Disk Brake
Part Number: 45022-689-407
Other Names: Pad Set Disk Brake More Names
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