When you own a Honda Civic, you want it to last for many years. But to do that, you must keep up with its maintenance schedule so it remains happy and healthy. Ensuring that you satisfy the needed services and inspections during your scheduled intervals can result in a longer life span for your Civic.
Drivers in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area can find the maintenance schedule for the Honda Civic below.
Your Maintenance Schedule
In this educational article, we’ve broken down your service intervals by mile. Organizing by time can be confusing because not everyone drives the same distance on a day-to-day basis. Mileage is an easier form of measurement, so keep an eye on your odometer.
When you hit 7,500 miles in your Honda Civic, there are a couple of things on your maintenance checklist. You’ll need to have your oil changed and oil filter replaced. As far as inspections go, you’ll need to have your battery, fluid levels, brakes, and tires checked. If necessary, you may need to have your tires rotated. This service should be repeated every 7,500 miles.
At this point, you should have your brake pads and discs checked and possibly replaced. You’ also need to have your fluid lines checked for damage or leaks. Another inspection you need is for your CV boots and steering gearbox. Make sure that you have these parts inspected and serviced every 15,000 miles.
During this service interval, you need to have your driveshaft boots inspected as well as your calipers and bolts. Be sure to have these services completed every 22,500 miles.
When you reach 30,000 miles, on top of the previously mentioned services, you need to have your rack grease and steering linkage checked. You also need to have your coolant level, hoses, clamps, and fan inspected. You also need to have your pollen/cabin filter replaced. Remember to repeat these services at 60,000 miles.
On top of the other services, you need to have your master cylinder inspected as well as your catalytic converter, heat shield, exhaust piper, and muffler. These should be checked for damage, leaks, and tightness to ensure that they’re functioning properly. You also need your transmission fluid drained and replaced. Be sure to repeat this service at 120,000 miles.
Where to Have These Services Performed
At Mile High Honda, our team of service technicians is here to ensure that your car receives the necessary care for it to function properly. They’re here to answer any questions you have regarding the parts and services that correspond with your Honda Civic maintenance schedule. During each interval, our team will even give you a recommended date for your next manufacturer recommended service.
Schedule a maintenance appointment today at Mile High Honda, proudly serving drivers like you in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area.