Your Honda vehicle is designed with durability and strength in mind. However, even the most durable vehicle needs routine service to help ensure its continued capabilities on the road. One of the components you may not think about often is your power steering fluid.

This fluid is an integral part of your vehicle’s health. Not only that, but changing it routinely is important. If not changed, the fluid can grow dirty and abrasive, resulting in added friction that will wear down and ruin the pump and rack’s seals. Those are expensive to replace, too. Thus, not changing your power steering fluid can actually be more expensive in the long run than.

So, how often should you change your power steering fluid? While there is no set time to bring your vehicle in for this service, we recommend performing it every 75,000 miles or every two years – whichever comes first. Our service team can also answer any of your questions – whether you are visiting from Culver City or live nearby.

If you would like to learn more about our selection of vehicles, or if you have any questions pertaining to servicing your Honda model, we invite you to visit us at Honda of Downtown Los Angeles in Los Angeles, CA. Our team would be proud to help answer any questions you may have about the purchasing process.

We are proud to serve drivers throughout Inglewood and West Hollywood.

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