Honda Pilot Maintenance Schedule

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It’s no secret that staying up-to-date on your Honda Pilot maintenance schedule is one of the easiest ways to keep your SUV performing at its best. To help, well guide you through the service intervals for the first 100,000 miles.

If you have questions about the information discussed in this maintenance schedule or for service intervals beyond 100,000 miles, contact us at Norm Reeves Honda Huntington Beach proudly serving drivers from Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa, and Newport Beach.

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Your Honda Pilot Maintenance 2019 Honda PilotSchedule

10,000 Miles
This service appointment will be a relatively short one, consisting of your basic oil change and a tire rotation.

20,000 Miles
Like your last service interval, you’ll need an oil change and tire rotation, but you’ll also add a number of other maintenance jobs, including inspections of the following:

  • Fuel lines/hoses
  • Braking system
  • Exhaust system
  • Suspension
  • Fluid levels
  • Tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots

30,000 Miles
Your last service interval involved several inspections. This time around, you’ll only have a few parts that need to be replaced. For instance, you’ll need to change the rear differential fluid, cabin air filter, and engine air filter and inspect the drive belt(s). You’ll also want to change the oil and rotate the tires.

40,000 Miles
When your Honda Pilot reaches 40,000 miles, be sure to schedule a service appointment and have the following service items completed by an automotive technician:

  • Oil change
  • Replace the oil filter
  • Tire rotation
  • Inspect fuel lines/hoses
  • Inspect the braking system
  • Inspect the exhaust system
  • Inspect the suspension
  • Check all fluid levels
  • Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots

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45,000 Miles
When you reach 45,000 miles, all your Honda Pilot needs is new brake fluid. Your Honda technician with replace the brake fluid with new fluid, as designated by the manufacturer.

50,000 Miles
Another simple service interval: All your Honda Pilot needs is an oil change and a tire rotation.

60,000 Miles
For most vehicles, the 60,000-mile mark is a big deal, and the Honda Pilot is no different. Be sure to have your Honda technician complete the following replacements and inspections to make sure that your Honda continues running smoothly:

  • Change the oil and replace the oil filter
  • Change the rear differential fluid
  • Change transfer case fluid
  • Inspect fuel lines/hoses
  • Inspect braking system
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect suspension
  • Check all fluid levels
  • Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots
  • Inspect/adjust drive belt(s)
  • Inspect/adjust valve clearance
  • Replace cabin air and engine air filters
  • Replace timing belt
  • Rotate tires

70,000 Miles
After the last big service interval, you’ll be happy that all your Honda Pilot should need at 70,000 miles is an oil change and a tire rotation. However, it’s always wise to have a certified technician inspect the vehicle to make sure that no other issues are present.

80,000 Miles
This service interval is similar to the 40,000-mile interval, which means you’ll need to schedule an appointment for the following maintenance items:

  • Oil change and new oil filter
  • Tire rotation
  • Inspect fuel lines/hoses
  • Inspect braking system
  • Inspect the exhaust system
  • Inspect the suspension
  • Check all fluid levels
  • Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots
  • Change engine oil
  • Change rear differential fluid
  • Flush/replace brake fluid
  • Inspect/adjust drive belt(s)
  • Replace cabin air filter and engine air filter
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Rotate tires

100,000 Miles
We hope you have your camera ready because hitting 100,000 miles in your Honda Pilot is a monumental occasion. To celebrate this achievement, you’ll want to have the following maintenance items completed:

  • Oil change
  • Inspect fuel lines/hoses
  • Inspect braking system
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect suspension
  • Check all fluid levels
  • Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots
  • Rotate tires

Does Your Honda Pilot Need Service?

If you live in the Fountain Valley, Costa Mesa, and Newport Beach area, you can schedule service at Norm Reeves Honda Huntington Beach. Our skilled service technicians can help you to keep your Honda running properly for years to come. Contact us today!