Recommended replacement interval for the part category Brake Disc : 50000 km
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Brake Disc
How to change Brake Disc on HONDA CR-V III (RE) – tips for proper car maintenance
HONDA CR-V III (RE)
AUTODOC recommends
  • Replace the brake disks on the car Honda CR-V III in complete set for each axis. Regardless of the state of components. This will ensure even braking.
Carry out replacement in the following order:
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