Our experienced technicians will take care of any type of maintenance or repair that your Honda or Acura requires. From a simple oil change to complex engine overhauls you can trust Compact Car Service to get the job done right, the first time! We use genuine Honda parts for your Honda and Acura repair so you get not only quality service but parts that are backed by Honda reliability.
We use Honda specific diagnostic software which allows us to properly diagnose problems with your Honda and Acura quickly and efficiently, saving you time and money! We use the same system as the dealer for a fast and accurate diagnosis.
If you don't see the service your Honda or Acura needs listed give us a call at
If it’s on your Honda or Acura we can fix it!
**The price for the diagnostic will be deducted from the repair cost should you decide to repair your vehicle within 30 days.**
Routine services are vital in maintaining your fuel efficiency and increasing the overall lifespan of your Honda or Acura.
According to the Honda maintenance schedule, your Honda's timing belt and water pump generally needs to be inspected and/or replaced every 7 years or 105,000 miles traveled.
Timing Belt versus Timing Chain
Don’t Get Stuck Without Air Conditioning
We recommend that you come in for this service prior to summer. This way, you won’t find yourself riding in a hot Honda because your AC isn’t working. In many cases, when the temperatures reach their highest, car owners find themselves needing their air conditioning system more.
As the temperatures start to warm and the breezes begin to cease, the need for your air conditioner will be at peak season. Before it gets too warm, have your AC system checked.
We cover all of the dealer recommended services! All of it: oil change, air filters, battery test, alignment, spark plugs, coolant, brake and transmission fluids, light check, tires, exhaust, engine oil replacement, engine tuning, suspension.
Book your appointment to schedule a service package at the recommended mileage intervals.
The brake system is a critical component of your car that ensures your vehicle slows down or stops when you need it to. Honda brake pads and rotors will wear out over time hence the need for routine replacement.
A sign that these parts are worn out is when you hear a clicking noise when you brake or when the brakes take longer to slow down the car than they used to.
Schedule your oil change appointment online or book with our Service Advisors now.
We will also check a lot of fluids during your oil change, but if you need a more comprehensive look, let us know!
Hit a curb and forgot? Let us get your alignment ready for your next road trip.
Whether you need brakes or it's time for major services, we've got you covered! Below is a list of some repairs we offer!
A valve adjustment is a tune-up procedure on all cars, including a Honda.
If the valves are severely out of adjustment, it can make a car run poorly and even make an engine stop running entirely. And though a valve adjustment sounds intimidating, it’s actually not that difficult for us.
Like most vehicles, the suspension system on a Honda or Acura will give its owner many miles of trouble-free service. But with the amount of miles these cars deliver, it’s only a matter of time before they will need some type of repair.
The most common symptom that will prompt customers to bring in their Hondas for suspension work will be noise. It could be described as anything from a groaning or squeaking to a knocking or rattling. Diagnosis isn't a problem!
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Compact Car is an Exclusive Yokohama Dealer
We have a selection of Yokohama tires that meet every need. Your cost is for tires, mount and balance.
Road hazard warranties specifically cover damage to the tire caused through non-negligent driving. This can include driving over nails, broken glass, or other unexpected debris in the road.
It's important to note that this type of warranty won't cover damage caused to the car.
Most new Honda vehicles are either front-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive. What does that mean? It’s rather simple, actually. A front-wheel drive car receives engine power to the front tires, while in a rear-wheel drive car power is sent to the rear tires. The tires that receive direct power from the engine tend to wear faster than the others.
By rotating the tires, local drivers can ensure more even tread wear so that their tires will be safer and last longer.
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