Find Your Honda Crosstour Replacement Brakes at All Discount Parts
The Honda Crosstour is a sleek, sporty hatchback designed to provide the benefits of a wagon without the added bulk. Because of its solid handling and convenient size, the Crosstour can easily tackle the stop and go driving of an urban environment. Then again, excessive stopping or riding your brakes could mean you need replacement brake components more often. All Discount Parts offers a full line of discount OEM Honda brake parts to take care of your vehicle. We can even deliver them right to your door to help you save valuable time and money.
The Main Components of Your Honda Crosstour Brakes
Your Honda Crosstour’s braking system is designed to keep you and your passengers safe. Knowing how your brakes work can help you keep your Honda running at its best. The main components include:
- Brake Calipers – The hydraulic pressure from the brake pedal forces the calipers to close and press the pads into each rotor. Calipers should be checked regularly for signs of fluid leakage, and replaced every 30,000 – 50,000 miles.
- Brake Pads – The pads are mounted on the caliper. When pressure is applied, they grip the rotor creating friction, which slows down your car. As they wear down, they begin to squeal or grind. Depending on driving conditions and pad materials, you can expect your brake pads to last 30,000 – 70,000 miles.
- Rotors – These are metal discs are attached to the wheels, and as outlined above, the brake pads grip the rotors to reduce vehicle speeds. Depending upon driving conditions, rotors can last anywhere from 20,000 – 70,000 miles.
Signs of Brake Failure to Look For
If you suspect the brakes on your Crosstour need replacing, there are a few signs you look out for:
- Squealing – If you hear a screeching or squealing when you apply your brakes, it may be time for replacement parts.
- Pulling – If you find your car pulling to one side or another when you apply the brakes, it may be time to replace them.
- Grinding – The sound of metal grinding is a sure indication that your brake pads have been worn down beyond safe limits.
- Hopping – Worn pads can warp or wear rotors, causing your brakes to “bounce” or “hop” when you attempt to stop the vehicle.
If you think it is time to replace your Honda Crosstour’s brakes, choose quality OEM parts to ensure a proper fit. These parts are machined with Honda standards in mind to guarantee their quality and ensure the longevity of your repair.
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No matter what replacement parts your Honda needs, choose All Discount Parts first. Contact us online or call (800) 651-4832 to learn more and order OEM brake parts for your Honda Crosstour today.