Honda Accord Maintenance Schedule

Schedule Service

When you own a Honda Accord, you want to be aware of the responsibilities that come with it. To make sure that your car lasts for years, you want to keep up with the manufacturer recommended maintenance schedule. This can be confusing, but for drivers in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area, we’re going to break down your maintenance schedule in a way that you can easily understand. We’re going to segment each interval by mile because mileage is an easier benchmark than time since everyone drives differently.

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Honda Maintenance Intervals and Services

To make it easy for you, we’ve broken down your service intervals. It’s important to know that each service listed must be met every time you reach the mileage interval. Keep an eye on your odometer and look below to find out the various services that you need with the corresponding mileage.

  • 7,500 Miles: When you reach this mileage, you need to have your engine oil and oil filter replaced. Your tires will need to be inspected and possibly rotated as well. You also need several inspections, including hoses, front and rear brakes, the exhaust system, and the drive shaft boots. Be sure to get these services every 7,500 miles.
  • 15,000 Miles: At this point, on top of the previously mentioned services, inspections, and replacements, you need to have the following done: service front and rear brakes, inspect charging system and belts, and inspect/adjust alignment. Be sure to keep up with this every 15,000 miles.
  • 30,000 Miles: This time you need to replace your drain plug washer and have your transmission fluid, brake fluid, and fuel filter replaced. At this time, you also need to have your engine cleaned and tuned up. Depending on the state of your spark plugs, you may have to have them replaced as well. Remember to keep up with these services every 30,000 miles.
  • 90,000 Miles: When you reach this mileage, you have a long list of services that need to be done. Most are already listed above, but this time, there are two new things to add to your maintenance services. When you hit 90,000 miles, you need to replace your water pump and your timing belt. These replacements can be expensive, so make sure that you’re aware and ready beforehand.

Where You Can Go for These Services

Keeping up with your vehicle’s maintenance schedule is important. That’s why our team at Mile High Honda is here to help drivers in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area keep up with their Honda maintenance schedule. Our team of highly trained service technicians can assist you with any questions you may have regarding your Honda’s maintenance schedule.

Schedule a maintenance appointment with our team at Mile High Honda. They’ll let you know the status of your vehicle, what inspections and services to have at that specific interval, and the best course of action regarding replacement parts. Our team can work with drivers on a budget and will outline a plan that works for you. Schedule your service today at Mile High Honda!