What is included in Honda 90000 mile service?

What is included in Honda 90000 mile service?

90,000 miles/6 yrs

  • Replace engine oil.
  • Rotate tires.
  • Replace engine oil filter.
  • Inspect front and rear brakes.
  • Check parking brake adjustment.
  • Inspect tie-rod ends, steering gearbox and rack boots.
  • Inspect suspension components.
  • Inspect driveshaft for cracks and check boot bands for tightness.

How many miles can you get out of a 2004 Honda Accord?

A Honda Accord has the potential to last for 200,000 miles if it’s cared for properly, even if it’s an old Honda Accord like the models in our used inventory. Consumer Reports has claimed that Accord is one of the vehicles most likely to do so.

What should I change at 75000 miles?

75,000-Mile service (75 months)

  • Replace engine oil and filter.
  • Rotate tires.
  • Visually inspect front and rear brakes; Check pads and discs for wear.
  • Visually inspect calipers for leaks.
  • Visually inspect wheel cylinders for leaks.
  • Visually inspect tie-rod ends, steering gearbox, and rack boots.

What maintenance is needed at 75000 miles?

Timing Belt Belts should be changed at the 75,000 to 90,000-mile mark. This is a crucial step in vehicle maintenance; a belt failure can do expensive or even permanent damage to an engine.

How long do Honda Accord transmissions last?

So long as you don’t abuse them, most Honda automatics can break 300,000 miles easily. CVT’s probably won’t make it as far simply because they use the same parts for all driving speeds. And their Manual transmissions depend mostly on the driver, no real limit.

How often should you change your oil in a Honda Accord?

It is recommended to change synthetic oil every 7,500 to 10,000 miles. The Honda Accord oil & filter should be changed every 3,000-5,000 miles for conventional oil use.

Do 2004 Honda Accords have transmission problems?

A 1 million+ vehicle recall was issued in 2004 because the automatic transmission that was installed in the 2003-2004 Honda Accord seemed to be prone to early failure. Severe gear damage/breakage could cause the transmission to unexpectedly seize, which could obviously lead to an accident.