Honda Accord Maintenance Schedule
Keeping up-to-date on routine maintenance for your Honda Accord is simple thanks to the manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedule. Plus, drivers of recent model years have the added luxury of the Maintenance Minder system, which monitors the performance of various components and alerts you when service is needed.
In this article, well help drivers from Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa, and Newport Beach, CA, who would like to learn a bit more about servicing their vehicle. If you have any questions about the maintenance information below, contact our service department at Norm Reeves Honda Huntington Beach.
Suggested Honda Maintenance
Every 7,500 miles, the engine oil in your Accord needs to be changed. Healthy, fresh oil will ensure that the engine is well lubricated and can run at peak performance! An oil change is also a good time to rotate the tires, if the technician deems it necessary.
Every time the odometer passes another 15,000 miles, or when another year goes by, you’ll need to schedule a service appointment for another tire rotation and an oil change. The service technician will also look over other components of your vehicle to ensure everything is running properly. For example, they might check fluid levels.
At this service interval, the technicians will inspect the drive belt as well as replace the dust and pollen filter. You should also have the air cleaner element replaced, rotate the tires, and change the oil. The technician may also check the braking system to ensure all parts are still in good condition.
At the 60,000-mile interval, your Honda Accord may need a more thorough inspection. At this stage, your technician will inspect the drive belt and the braking system. They’ll also replace the dust and pollen filter as well as the air cleaner element.
Additionally, the transmission fluid will typically need to be changed at this time. Add a tire rotation, an oil change, and a few more inspections and you’ll be back behind the wheel again.
As your Honda Accord accrues more and more miles, you’ll need to make sure that you’re following the routine maintenance schedule to prevent unexpected malfunctions. At 80,000 miles, your car will likely need a tire rotation, oil change, and a thorough inspection as outlined at the 60,000-mile interval.
Now that your Honda Accord has hit the 100,000-mile mark, it’s time to schedule another service appointment. Your Honda technician will change the oil and rotate the tires as well as inspect various components of the car to make sure that everything is in good working order.
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Routine maintenance is the true key to high performance for many years. With this schedule and the Maintenance Minder system—if your model year is equipped—keeping track of routine maintenance is much easier.
If you have any questions about this Honda Accord maintenance schedule, contact us at Norm Reeves Honda Huntington Beach. Proudly serving the communities of Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa, and Newport Beach, California, you can schedule a service appointment online now.