To make sure that your Honda CR-V runs efficiently and lasts for a long time, you need to keep up with your factory-recommended maintenance schedule. This can be confusing, but for drivers in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora areas, we’ve making it easy for you by listing the services you need for your Honda CR-V below.
Understanding Your Honda CR-V Maintenance Schedule
Because maintenance schedules can be hard to understand, we’ve broken it down in a way that can be easier to navigate. We list the service intervals by mileage because time can be difficult to track since every driver is unique and drives varying distances on a regular basis.
Also, each service interval should be repeated every time you hit that mileage. So if you have a service that’s recommended at 7,500 miles, you need to have it performed again at 15,000 miles and so on.
Now that you know how we’ve laid out this maintenance schedule, you’re ready to keep up with your service intervals.
Honda CR-V Maintenance Intervals
- 7,500 Miles: At this point, you’ll need to have the CR-V’s oil changed and oil filter replaced. You should also have the battery, brakes, tires, and driveshaft boots inspected. Repeat at 15,000 miles.
- 15,000 Miles: At this service interval, you’ll need to have your calipers and fluid lines checked for damages or leaks. You’ll also need to have your ball joints inspected for wear and tear. In terms of replacements, you’ll need to have your air filter and your pollen/cabin filter replaced. Another inspection that you’ll need is your coolant levels. Repeat at 30,000 miles.
- 30,000 Miles: This mileage mark requires a number of inspections. The braking system needs a full inspection, which includes your brake lines/hoses and your anti-lock brakes modulator. Other inspections include your catalytic converter and your accessory drive belt, which may require adjusting.
- 45,000 Miles: When you reach this service interval, you’ll need have your CV boots inspected along with your steering rack/gearbox and your steering linkage. You’ll also need to have your exhaust system inspected for leaks.
- 60,000 Miles: This service interval requires a few inspections and replacements. You’ll want to have battery terminal service with a battery test. Your transmission, whether it’s manual or automatic, requires a fluid drain and replacement. Repeat at 120,000 miles.
Where to Have Your Honda CR-V Maintained and Serviced
Keeping up with these services is crucial, but finding the right place to have these services performed is equally important. Drivers in the Centennial and Aurora area have taken their cars to the Honda service center at Mile High Honda to ensure that they run efficiently.
Our experts and service technicians work hard to make sure that your Honda CR-V receives the care and maintenance that it deserves. Our technicians will even outline a maintenance schedule that works for you.
Schedule your next service interval with our team at Mile High Honda by giving us a call.
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