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Honda Odyssey Maintenance Schedule

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When you own a Honda Odyssey, you want to make sure that it has a long lifespan. To ensure that your car lasts and runs efficiently, you need to keep up with the factory-recommended maintenance schedule. By meeting the proper services at the scheduled times, you can help make your Honda Odyssey last for a long time.

For drivers in the Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area, here’s your Honda Odyssey maintenance schedule.

Honda Odyssey Maintenance Schedule

Understanding Your Honda Odyssey Maintenance Schedule

At Mile High Honda, we realize the difficulty in understanding a detailed maintenance schedule. That’s why we’ve tried to make it easier for you by breaking it down into service intervals. In this article, we’ve listed your factory-recommended service intervals by mileage, not by time. Mileage is an easier form of measurement with your maintenance schedule.

What you need to be aware of before you embark on your maintenance journey is that the recommended services that correspond with a mileage should be repeated every time you add that mileage to your car. For example, what’s performed during your 15,000-mile service interval should be repeated at 30,000 miles.

Now that you understand how we’ve organized the service intervals, you’re ready for your Honda Odyssey maintenance schedule.

Honda Odyssey Maintenance Intervals

  • 7,500 Miles: For your first service interval, you’ll need an oil change, your oil filter replaced, and your tires checked. Your battery, brakes, and fluid levels should also be checked. Make sure you repeat these services every 7,500 miles.
  • 15,000 Miles: At this particular service interval, you’ll need to have tires rotated and your CV boots, steering rack/gearbox, and calibers inspected. Also at this point, you’ll need to have your pollen/cabin filter replaced.
  • 30,000 Miles: When you reach 30,000 miles, you’ll need to have your driveshaft boots, suspension, brake pads/discs, and fluid lines inspected for wear, tear, or leaks. You also need your fuel lines/connections and exhaust system checked.
  • 45,000 Miles: At this service interval, you’ll need to have your complete braking system checked to make sure that it’s functioning properly. You’ll also need to have your coolant level, hoses, clamps, and fan operation checked.
  • 60,000 Miles: On top of the previously mentioned services that line up during this service interval, you’ll have a few more things to add to the list. You’ll need to have your battery checked for corrosion or dirt and tested. You’ll also need to have your transmission fluid drained and replaced. This service applies to both manual and automatic transmission Honda Odyssey models.

Keeping Up with Your Honda Odyssey Maintenance

Drivers in the Denver, Centennial and Aurora area know that Mile High Honda is there to meet their necessary service needs. Our friendly staff of certified technicians is happy to help you keep your Honda Odyssey running smoothly and efficiently for years to come. They’re also here to assist you with any questions you have regarding your Honda Odyssey maintenance schedule.

Are you approaching your factory-recommended service interval? Call to schedule your maintenance today with Mile High Honda.

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