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Hand Over the Keys in San Jose for a Carefree Experience Servicing Your Honda

No South Bay body shop can repair your Honda like we can. Our San Jose Honda Service Center goes the extra mile to make sure repairs are done the right way and that you receive a carefree Honda experience.

Our Honda service center in San Jose along Stevens Creek Blvd is consistently ranked #1 in customer satisfaction, and we're the local Bay Area experts when it comes to servicing Honda vehicles. Book your appointment today for certified Honda service at Honda of Stevens Creek!

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See the Experts at Honda of Stevens Creek for Quality Car Maintenance

Are you wanting trusted hands to perform repairs on your Honda? Bring your vehicle to the Honda of Stevens Creek service center in San Jose, CA. We're the area experts in the South Bay when it comes to servicing your Honda. Our San Jose Honda Service Center keeps Bay Area drivers safe with quality repairs and genuine Honda parts. Visit us for your next appointment to see why so many motorists throughout the Silicon Valley choose Honda of Stevens Creek for service.

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Enjoy No Contact Car Buying with Honda of Stevens Creek in San Jose

Your local Honda dealership cares most about the safety of you and your family. That's why we sell Honda models that are known for their top-of-the-line driver's assistance features and reliability through rain or sun. Part of caring about your safety is adjusting our resources for our customers to take advantage of since in-person car shopping and service has become less possible. Take advantage of our no contact car buying and service options today to stay safe on the roads of Silicon Valley.

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Reasons to Wash Your Car

At Honda of Stevens Creek, we want you to be an informed vehicle owner. Most car owners prioritize certain maintenance tasks. We all know the oil needs to be changed on a regular basis. However, many people think a car only needs to be washed for cosmetic reasons.

An excessive amount of dirt on the vehicle can cause rusting and scratches. Dirty windows can obstruct your view of the road. Besides the automotive benefits, a dirty car is bad for your overall health. Cars are covered in germs. 

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What are Gaskets and Why are They Important?

Understanding how your vehicle functions is important because it can help you know when something is wrong. Your vehicle has hundreds of gaskets that work by sealing two or more surfaces so that gas and fluids don't leak. Your gaskets are made to withstand extreme temperatures and are long lasting, but they will eventually wear out. Replacing your gaskets is important because deteriorating gaskets can cause serious damage.

Most gaskets are made of multi-level steel, but they can also be made of rubber or copper. The most common kind of gasket is a head gasket. 

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What Your Tire Pressure Light Tells You

We at Honda of Stevens Creek want to help you be a confident driver everywhere you drive. Today, let's address that dash-indicator light that looks like a low-air tire with an exclamation point on its tread.

If you have recently noticed this light, you might wonder what it conveys. The light is your tire pressure monitoring system indicator. It connects to four tire pressure sensors. One sensor monitors each of your vehicle's tires. When this TPMS light illuminates, your car has a tire pressure problem. 

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Prevent and Get Rid of Upholstery Odors in Your Vehicle.

Aside from all of the driving that you do in your vehicle each day, there are a number of habits that you may have which are leaving behind offensive odors in your vehicle. Whether you are smoking in your vehicle, eating or neglecting to clean up a mess, follow these tips to keep your vehicle clean and odor free.

  • Make sure that the interior of your vehicle gets a good cleaning every couple of months. This should include vacuuming the interior, wiping down surfaces and cleaning out garbage. 
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