Honda Odyssey Maintenance Schedule
By following the maintenance schedule for your Honda Odyssey, you can greatly increase the lifespan of your vehicle. In this guide, well cover some of the basic routine maintenance requirements so you can keep your van running smoothly for years to come.
If you’re in the Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa, or Newport Beach area and you believe that your vehicle needs service, contact us at Norm Reeves Honda Huntington Beach or schedule a service appointment at your local authorized Honda dealer.
Routine Maintenance Every 15,000 Miles
The 15,000-mile service interval is an important one because it requires drivers to service the engine oil of their Honda Odyssey. Without a proper oil change, your engine could overheat or seize, resulting in a pricey repair job. So at this maintenance appointment, your Honda technician will change the oil and replace the oil filter.
The technician will also inspect the braking system, the cooling system, and other critical parts of the vehicle to check for signs of damage or malfunction. Assuming everything is working properly, you should only need to pay for an oil change.
Every 30,000 Miles
The Odyssey maintenance schedule specifies that every 30,000 miles, you need to perform a few additional maintenance items on top of those completed at the 15,000-mile interval. To start, you need to have the air cleaner element replaced. This filter reduces the level of allergens inside the cabin and needs to be replaced to ensure continued performance.
On top of this fairly simple task, the Honda technician working on your Odyssey will replace the vans spark plugs and drive belts.
45,000-Mile Service Interval
When your Honda Odyssey reaches 45,000 miles or a multiple of that mileage, you need to have it inspected by a certified Honda technician. Your technician will change the oil and the oil filter, as the world at any 15,000-mile service interval. But this time, they’ll also replace the coolant and flush the brake system.
These two service jobs are important because your Honda Odyssey needs clean coolant and brake fluid to function properly.
Your Honda Odyssey is getting older and you’re doing a great job of getting the routine maintenance it needs. At this service interval, your technician will change the oil, the oil filter, the air cleaner element, and the spark plugs. They’ll also inspect the drive belts and the braking system, just to make sure that everything is functioning properly.
Don’t See the Honda Service Interval You Need?
Following this maintenance schedule for the Honda Odyssey is a great start to taking care of your vehicle, but theres more routine service your van needs. To learn more about Honda Odyssey maintenance or to schedule a maintenance appointment, contact your local authorized Honda service center.
Drivers in the Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa, and Newport Beach area can schedule an appointment at Norm Reeves Honda Huntington Beach by calling, completing the online form, or stopping by our dealership.