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Honda Accord Maintenance Schedule

Everyone from commuters to families knows that the Honda Accord is a reliable midsize sedan that offers a safe and efficient drive. Like every car though, routine maintenance is required to make sure it stays reliable and in good condition. So, when are you supposed to get maintenance?

Arrowhead Honda answers that for drivers in Peoria, Glendale, and Sun City. We looked at the Honda Accord maintenance schedule, so you’ll know when to schedule a service appointment.

Every 7,500 Miles

To make sure your Honda Accord stays in top shape, it’s recommended that you bring it in for routine maintenance every 7,500 miles. Your sedan will receive some basic maintenance procedures every time you come by. For example, service technicians will check your air pressure and rotate your tires. They will also keep your engine healthy by performing an oil change.

Every 15,000 Miles

The 15,000-mile mark features a thorough inspection. Your Honda Accord will have many of its most important systems checked by a team of technicians. This includes a full look at your brake system. They’ll see how thick your brake pads are to determine if they need to be replaced, look for wear and tear on the brake lines, and examine the parking brake.

Some of the other parts they’ll look at during this inspection include the driveshaft boots, tie rod ends, steering gearbox, fuel lines, and the exhaust system. They’ll even check the foundation of your car by looking over the suspension.

This appointment also builds on the last one. While you’ll get your tires rotated again and receive an oil change, your car will also get a new oil filter and have all its fluid levels checked, including the coolant and transmission fluid.

Every 30,000 Milles

Whenever your Honda Accord adds another 30,000 miles to it, you’ll receive all the same inspections and maintenance as before. Only this time, technicians will check each one of your drive belts and adjust or replace them, if it’s necessary. They’ll also replace the air cleaner element.

Every Three Years

Whether your take the bus to work and only use your car on weekends or your commute takes an hour both ways, you’ll need to get new brake fluid every three years. While this isn’t connected to your mileage, having your brake fluid replaced once every three years will help your Honda Accord slow down and stop safely every time.

Schedule Your Next Maintenance Appointment

If you have any questions or want to learn more about your Honda Accord maintenance schedule, visit our service center. At Arrowhead Honda, we have a service center with a team of certified Honda technicians who can help drivers in Phoenix, West Valley, and Surprise with all kinds of maintenance. We even offer genuine parts and accessories that were designed just for your sedan.

If you’re due for maintenance, need an inspection, or you’re coming up on another big mile marker, schedule service with us online.