To keep your Honda Pilot performing its best, you need to make sure that you keep up with its required maintenance intervals set by the manufacturer. But rooting through your manual (if you can find it, that is!) isn’t always convenient. Instead, Denver, Centennial, and Aurora area Pilot-ers can consult Mile High Honda’s online Honda Pilot maintenance schedule for everything they need to know to keep their Pilot in tip-top shape!
About Honda’s Maintenance Minder™
Honda vehicles include a helpful maintenance-geared feature known as the Maintenance Minder™ that helps you to keep track of when your Pilot needs scheduled maintenance. The Maintenance Minder can be accessed from vehicle’s Intelligent Multi-Information Display (i-MID) at the center screen just beyond the steering wheel. The Maintenance Minder primarily measures the vehicle’s engine fuel life and will illuminate a message when oil life is significantly diminished and codes that correspond to the services that are required.
In the interval guide below, we list the associated Maintenance Minder code you may see pop up in the i-MID for each required service and the recommended mileage interval for service laid out by Honda.
Honda Pilot Maintenance Mileage Intervals and Codes
7,500 Miles: The following core services repeat on a regular 7,500-mile basis: Replace the engine oil (A) and change the engine oil filter (B). Note: If oil life becomes critically low before 7,500 miles, be sure to bring in your vehicle early.
At this time, you also need to have several elements checked for wear. This includes inspecting the tires (and rotating if necessary) (1), inspecting the front and rear brakes (B), checking and topping off all fluids (B), and inspecting the driveshaft boots (B).
15,000 Miles: At 15,000 miles, your Pilot will be due for its second scheduled maintenance visit. This visit calls for performing the checks and services laid out at 7,500 miles in addition to the following: inspecting the tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots (B); inspecting the ball joints; and replacing the dust and pollen filter (2).
22,500 Miles: Perform 7,500-mile services.
30,000 Miles: Once you’ve reached 30,000 miles on your Pilot’s odometer, it’s time for a full inspection of the brake system, including the anti-lock brakes and Vehicle Stability Assist (B). This includes checking the hoses and lines for leaks. Fuel lines and connections (B) will also need to be inspected in addition to the exhaust system (B), drive belt (for tightness and operation) (2), and the vehicle’s suspension components (B).
37,500 Miles: Perform 7,500-mile services.
45,000 Miles: At this interval, your Pilot’s engine coolant will need to be replaced and its steering gearbox (B) and steering linkage should be inspected.
52,500 Miles: Perform 7,500-mile services.
60,000 Miles: At 60,000 miles, you and your Pilot have had plenty of rewarding adventures together. It’s now time for a battery inspection and load test and a transmission fluid flush and replacement for the automatic transmission (3).
Get Your Pilot the Service It Needs at Mile High Honda!
Now that you know when to schedule an appointment for your Pilot, you just need a trustworthy Honda service center that can handle your vehicle’s needs. At Mile High Honda’s service center, our highly trained technicians take pride in being able to provide our local Honda drivers in Denver, Centennial, and Aurora with prompt quality checks, changes, and replacements. Schedule your visit through our online service scheduler or contact us online today!
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