Recommended Honda Maintenance Schedule


When you get behind the wheel of your next Honda sedan or SUV on Land O' Lakes roads, the Honda service schedule is a reliable tool that ensures your vehicle gets the proper maintenance and tune ups it needs to operate at its best. No matter if you’re relying on a Honda sedan, SUV, truck, or van to keep you moving, your vehicle will often have symbols and indicators on your front display that will notify you of certain tasks needed on your Honda maintenance schedule and when it’s time to bring it in for service. Learn more about what’s included on the Honda service schedule with the help of the professional automotive technicians at Wesley Chapel Honda. 

Honda Service Codes

If your vehicle is in need of service on Tampa roads, the Honda maintenance codes on your front display will be either classified as Service A or Service B. With Service A, this simply informs you that you need a simple oil change or filter, while Service B not only means that you need those specific tasks but also additional services, replacements, or inspections for your vehicle to operate at its best. Drivers can easily figure out what additional maintenance they’ll need with Service B with our breakdown of Honda service codes and subcodes below:

Honda Service Codes 

  • Service A – Change oil and filter
  • Service B – Replace the engine oil and oil filter. Perform front and rear brake cleaning and lubrication. Adjust the parking brake. Perform an in-depth inspection of the brake components.

Honda Service Subcodes 

  • 0 – Perform multi-point inspection
  • 1 – Tires need a rotation service
  • 2 – Replace the cabin and engine air filters
  • 3 – Replace the transmission fluid
  • 4 – Replace spark plugs, timing belt (if equipped) and adjust valves
  • 5 – The engine coolant needs replacing
  • 6 – If equipped, rear differential fluid needs replacing
  • 7 – Replace brake fluid

Honda Service Schedules and Intervals

In order to get the best performance from your vehicle on Zephyrhills roads, the Honda service schedule details certain tasks required to cover the most essential parts of your vehicle. While you’ll always want to refer to your owner’s manual for specifics, the most common Honda service schedules you can follow are for models like the Honda Civic sedan and Honda CR-V SUV. Here’s a quick breakdown of the Honda service intervals for the CR-V and Civic:

Honda CR-V Maintenance Schedule 

  • 7,500 – 22,500 – 37,500 – 52,500 – 67,500 – 82,500 miles: At these mile intervals, you’ll need to check and replace fluids, have an oil and filter change, inspect tire treads, check tire pressure, rotate tires, perform a brake inspection, and lubricate throttle linkage. 
  • 15,000 – 45,000 – 75,000 – 105,000 miles: Within these mileage marks, you’ll need the following: lubrication of chassis and all hinges, replace oil drain plug, replace oil gasket, replace windshield wipers, and replace spark plugs as needed, rotate and balance wheels, inspect undercarriage, inspect shocks and struts, inspect and adjust clutch pedal, check a/c and heater operation, replace air conditioning filter, service transmission, inspect park brake, re-torque drive shaft, check interior lamps and exterior lamps, check steering systems, inspect steering gear box, check steering wheel, check fuel systems, check differential oil, and check brake linings and hoses.
  • 30,000 – 60,000 – 90,000 – 120,000 miles: At these intervals, you’ll need the services above as well as other essential maintenance such as service the PCV valve, inspect fuel tank cap gasket, check fuel lines and connections, service transmission, service battery and clean cables, replace differential oil, inspect transfer case oil, inspect air elements, inspect all exterior and interior lamps, lubricate propeller shaft, lubricate wheel bearings, propeller shaft flex coupling inspection, check battery and clean terminals, road test and quality control. 

Honda Civic Maintenance Schedule 

  • 7,500 – 22,500 – 37,500 – 52,500 – 67,500 – 82,500 miles: At these mileage markers, you should bring your Civic in for the following: Oil and filter change, brake inspection, throttle linkage lubrication, fluid level check and replacement, tire wear and pressure inspection, and tire rotation.
  • 15,000 – 45,000 – 75,000 – 105,000 miles: These mile markers require all of the above services, plus lubrication of chassis and hinges, replacement of the oil drain plug, wheel balancing, undercarriage and shocks inspection, clutch pedal adjustment, a/c and heater inspection, transmission service, parking brake check, spark plug replacement, windshield wiper replacement, drive shaft bolt re-torque, and inspection of the lights, steering systems, fuel systems, differential oil, and brake linings.
  • 30,000 – 60,000 – 90,000 – 120,000 miles: All of the above will be performed again, and your Civic will also need the PCV valve serviced, battery service and cable cleaning, differential oil replacement, fuel tank cap gasket inspection, fuel lines inspection, transfer case oil check, air elements inspection, check all exterior and interior lamps, lubrication of the propeller shaft and wheel bearings, propeller shaft flex coupling inspection, and road test.

Stay on Top of Your Honda Service Schedule at Wesley Chapel Honda

Now that you have a better understanding of the Honda service intervals and codes, you’ll know exactly when to bring in your vehicle for maintenance and get back on Zephyrhills roads. Discover even more helpful Honda service tips and tricks, or save on your next visit when you take advantage of rotating Honda service specials and discounts. Contact us for more information on the Honda maintenance schedule specific to your trim, and to schedule a test drive at our Honda dealership in Tampa Bay!



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