Affordably Care for Your Honda Model's Brakes with Our Honda of San Angelo Parts Team 

Though we would all acknowledge our brakes to be a vital contributor to our Honda model's performance, many of us overlook them until we find ourselves in a desperate moment of reliance on the road. We'd hate to see any of our Honda car drivers in San Angelo or Abilene, Midland and Brownwood discover a problem with their brakes when it's too late, so we've compiled a list of key indicators your brakes may be failing. Take a look at these signs, and call our Parts Center right away if any seem familiar.

Indicators Your Brakes Need Attention:

  • The "Brake" light is illuminated in the instrument cluster 
  • Braking distances seem longer than usual 
  • The brake pedal vibrates when you press on it 
  • You hear a grinding or squealing noise when applying the brakes 
  • You feel a shift or pull to one side while braking 

As mentioned, if any of the above seems familiar, please bring your vehicle in for an inspection immediately. In addition to the points made above, the experts in our service department have added a few other key notifications your brakes may be failing, which include leaks, a spongy-feeling brake pedal or brake pads that wear excessively on one side. Problems such as these are not ones you want to ignore and they can progress into far more severe issues, so please make your way to our Honda car dealership in San Angelo today if any of the above problems persist. Our experts want to see your car performing at its best, so don't hesitate to schedule an appointment today.
Beyond just replacing brake pads and rotors, we can also perform basic maintenance services, like brake fluid flushes and caliper slide reconditioning. These basic maintenance can help prevent worse issues in the future.

Looking for brake repair info on the fly? Give our MyLithia Service App a try!

Contact Us

Thank You! Your message has been sent.

We have detected that you are using an outdated version of Microsoft Internet Explorer (version 10 or lower) that is no longer supported.To access this website, please upgrade to the new Microsoft Edge browser or Internet Explorer version 11, or alternatively you can use the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.