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services 98 accord and newer

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Old 11-08-2006, 04:17 AM
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Default services 98 accord and newer

7.5k service includes
O/F
TIRE ROTATION



15k.service includes

O/F
TIRE ROTATION
CABIN FILTER
AIR FILTER
AT FLUID ..use only HONDA ATF-Z1

30k-60k -90k service includes

O/F
TIRE ROTATION
CABIN FILTER
AT FLUID ,,,use only HONDA ATF -Z1 or if manual ,,MANUAL TRANNY FLUID
BRAKE FLUID FLUSH
AIR FILTER
SPARK PLUGS , 98-99 Honda reccomends replacing plugs every 30k .............2000 and newer at 105k ,, I would at least chk them at 60k ,,and replace if look worn

45K- 75k-105k services inlcudes

O/F
CABIN FILTER
AIR FILTER
TIRE ROTATION
AT FLUID,,use only HONDA ATF-Z1
COOLANT,

On all the services, chk all the brakes, all the fluids, all suspension components.
Some of the reccomendations i wrote down are not suggested by Honda ,, but on my personal cars that's the schedule i follow ,,and reccomend you to follow
and i still reccomend to do an oil and filter change no later than every 3500 to 3750 miles ..
As for valve adjustment Honda suggestes to adjust only if noisy
I would reccomend to adjust every 2 years or 30k miles
 
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Old 01-05-2010, 06:42 AM
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My couple comments...

For all V-6 engines, & 4-cyl engines up through 2002; timing belt at 105k miles. This usually includes a waterpump & all the usual goodies. Beginning in 2003 the 4-cyl engine has a chain that does not get replaced.

If you're trying to predict how much your car will cost, don't forget brakes and exhaust. Those are things that get inspected regularly (like Desert says); for example the brakes are right in front of you when you rotate tires. They will need new pads, rotors, and/or cleaned up to operate nicely. You can't put a milage schedule on that, because everybody's different. But they WILL be needed, maybe every 20k or maybe every 60k miles depending on how much you use your brakes.
 
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