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Honda is a Japanese multinational company known for making automobiles, motorcycles and power equipment. It was founded in 1946 and is one of the eight largest automobile manufacturers in the world. Honda vehicles are known for their reliability and good function. You know this as well because with proper maintenance your Honda has never given you any problems. That is, until recently when you started hearing a squealing sort of noise when you would brake. This concerned you and made you wonder if something was wrong with your brakes. Unfortunately, your gut feeling was right since squealing can be an indication that there is something wrong with your Honda disc brake pad and rotor.

Let’s take a look at the function of your brake system. First we are going to take a look at the disc brake pad. The disc brake pad is one of the components of your Honda brake system. The disc brake pads are steel backing plates with friction material bound to the surface that faces the brake rotors. The brake pads are converting kinetic energy of the car into thermal energy by friction. There are two brake pads contained in the brake caliper (another component of your brake system). When the brakes are hydraulically applied the caliper clamps or squeezes the two brake pads together into the spinning rotor to slow or stop your Honda.

Your Honda rotor works with your brake pads to stop or slow your vehicle. The brake rotors are designed so that the heat produced by the friction, applied when the brake pads are pushed against the rotors by the calipers, will be evenly dispersed throughout the braking system so it does not overheat.

Now let’s look at some other warning signs to be on the lookout for besides the squealing noise. You may also notice fading, which is when your brake is nonresponsive or has a sinking-like feel to it. This can indicate a leak in the system. A pulsating, vibration-like feel when the brake is applied is another warning sign. If the vibrating is felt in the pedal and steering wheel it indicates a problem in the front brakes. If the vibration is felt in the seat and pedal it is the rear brakes that are bad. Two other signs are going to be pulling to one side and a loud metallic grinding sound. Pulling to one side means one side of your brakes is damaged. A grinding like noise indicates that the disc brake pad is completely worn down and is grinding against the brake rotor.

Delaying the replacement of your disc brake pad and rotor is never a good idea because it will lead to further damage. This will end up costing you more money in the long run. So don’t hesitate to contact us as soon as possible. We have guaranteed to fit Honda disc brake pad and rotor kit that will come with new brake pads and a rotor kit.