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Maintenance Schedule ?

ผู้เขียน: ความนิยม:เวลา:2022-09-21 07:11

However Im amazed there is no maintenance schedule. Apparently the Maintenance Minder tells me when maintenance is due. Thats all well & good. But how do I know what to expect & plan for ahead of time?

I typically do my own maintenance & like to plan for things. If winter is coming its nice to get things done before the snow falls. I dont want to miss something & be told the warranty is void.

The dealer said maintenance is indicated by the Maintenance Minder. However that does not let me be pro-active nor inform me of what lies ahead.

At 30.000 miles, they did a filter and fluids change. So far cheaper than my Mazda checks were.

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2K Civic DX Coupe B18C5 (swap), 2017 Civic LX Coupe 6MT

**Look**, the maintenance schedule is all over the internet and you can find it with a simple web search (you millennials use this as a verb - I think you say Google):

Ill type in civic maintenance minder into Google for you, and provide the first link --

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2K Civic DX Coupe B18C5 (swap), 2017 Civic LX Coupe 6MT

I did Google the other day & did find that link & entered my car model. However when I clicked on any of the links below it I got a message that I was not authorized to view the content. I tried several times.

I then proceeded to find a couple dealers that had posted schedules. However one was based on 5K intervals & the other on 7.5K miles. So that still told me nothing.

That being said I tried the link just now & it works. When I tried before it was either July 4th or 5th. Makes me wonder if the site or links were down for the holiday or for maintenance.

**Look**, the maintenance schedule is all over the internet and you can find it with a simple web search (you millennials use this as a verb - I think you say Google):

Ill type in civic maintenance minder into Google for you, and provide the first link --

I printed out the information from the Honda Maintenance Minder link. Its got Number & Symbol data, but no reference to mileage.

Did a bunch more of Googling and so far all the results show the codes but nothing regarding mileage.

Civic Lx 2018 Manual , Civic LX 2016 Manual

Civic Lx 2018 Manual , Civic LX 2016 Manual

Unless it is you first car, a ( modern ) car maintenance is always same.

I printed out the information from the Honda Maintenance Minder link. Its got Number & Symbol data, but no reference to mileage.

Did a bunch more of Googling and so far all the results show the codes but nothing regarding mileage.

Mileage is from your driving habits for engine oil

I believe the OP is talking about the schedule guide that normally comes with the car. My old Tacoma came with something like this:

Ive searched for hours & get conflicting information. Just using spark plugs as an example, some people say they should be good for 100K miles, but then I see a schedule on a dealers website & it indicates changing every 30K miles, probably because the dealers out to make money. But there is nothing to confirm either mileage. I contacted Honda & they replied the Maintenance Minder indicates when things need to get done.

If Im responsible for maintenance then why doesnt the manufacturer tell me what it is? The Owners Guide is about 150 pages & the Owners Manual is about 650 pages. Youd think with 800 pages theyd be able to squeeze in 1 or 2 showing a maintenance schedule.

All cars are not the same. I have another 2018 vehicle & the schedule (in the manual) is quite a bit different depending which engine is in it. It does have an oil wear indicator, but there is maximum time/mileage limit that you are not supposed to exceed in any case.

I 100% agree with you on this. Ive also Googled for this information several times, without finding a basic maintenance schedule. I want to know how often and when the transmission fluid is scheduled to be replace, and when they require the timing belt to be replaced.

Honda obviously wants you to not worry about such things, and just let the maintenance reminder tell you when to bring it into the shop. Hopefully it tells you why you are bringing it into the shop. That is probably the next step.

I get that their cool idea is to change the maintenance requirements based on usage, not just miles.

I still want a maintenance schedule like every other damn car, even if they have to say typical mileage for this work.

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Wow, does nobody read the manual? For something that is supposed to make life easier, the MM sure causes a lot of angst. It really isnt that complicated. The MM will tell you when and what service is required. Given that it starts reminding you at 15% oil life, you have several weeks to either set up an appointment to bring it to the shop, or get the parts and DIY. What more do you need? How does knowing what is required 5 years in the future help you any more than just what the next scheduled maintenance is?

Also, you do know that those maintenance schedules are pointless, right? That is why the manufacturer went with the MM system. Even then, they still needed to add footnotes for exceptional situations that require more frequent servicing.

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