Honda Civic Maintenance Schedule

July 15th, 2019 by

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Unsure of your Honda Civic maintenance schedule? Always check your owner’s manual, but here, Westbrook Honda provides Branford drivers with general information on what service is needed when. Keep in mind that maintenance schedules are largely based on your driving conditions. For example, stop-and-go driving or extremely hot weather may cause more wear and tear. Learn more about your Honda Civic service schedule from the experts at Westbrook Honda.

Maintenance Every 7,500 Miles

As long as no light appears indicating Honda Civic maintenance codes, the following services should be completed every 7,500 miles:

  • Oil and filter change
  • Brake inspection
  • Fluid level check and refill
  • Tire inspection and rotation
  • Throttle linkage lubrication

Maintenance Every 15,000 Miles

At 15,000-mile intervals, New London drivers should be aware of the following recommended Civic maintenance services:

  • Chassis and hinge lubrication as needed
  • Oil drain plug and gasket replacement
  • Tire rotation
  • Undercarriage, crankcase filter, and shocks and struts inspections
  • Air conditioning and heat inspection
  • Transmission service if required
  • Light and wiper inspections and replacements if necessary
  • Air filter replacement
  • Steering systems check
  • Spark plug replacement if needed
  • Parking brake adjustments as needed

Maintenance Every 30,000 Miles

Every 30,000 miles, make sure to visit Westbrook Honda for Honda Civic maintenance services such as:

  • Leak inspections and level controls
  • Engine coolant replacement
  • Battery service and cable cleaning
  • Coolant hoses and clamps inspections
  • Automatic transmission oil and filter change
  • Propeller shaft, wheel bearings, drive shaft bearings, and throttle shaft lubrications
  • Drive belt inspection and adjustment

Why Is Car Maintenance Important?

This is not an exhaustive Honda Civic service schedule list, but it provides a sense of what New Haven drivers should be paying attention to. So why is car maintenance important overall? The benefits are numerous, as car maintenance:

  • Prevents more costly repairs later on and saves time associated with such repairs.
  • Reduces risk as you drive, keeping you and your passengers safe.
  • Improves the quality of your vehicle, which is ideal for its resale value – plus, it means smoother drives.

Whether you need service for a brand new Civic, or want to keep up to date on your Honda Civic maintenance schedule for 2016 or older models, Westbrook Honda is here to help.

Trust the Honda Civic Maintenance Experts at Westbrook Honda

Once you’ve decided on the 2019 Honda Civic over the 2019 Nissan Sentra, make sure to keep up with your Honda Civic maintenance by scheduling service at Westbrook Honda! Our team is here to help in any way we can, including how to enter Honda Civic radio code, as well as advice on how to get a smoke smell out of your car.

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