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December 19th, 2014 by


Ever have questions about your Honda? Fear not … Honda’s online library of Frequently Asked Questions is a great place to start. Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Give us a call. We’re more than happy to help!

What does the lighted wrench on my MID or dashboard mean?
It’s just one component of the Maintenance Minder system, which calculates when you should have your next service.

How often do I need to change the timing belt on my vehicle?
Depending on the model year of the vehicle, it is typically between 60,000 and 90,000 miles. If your vehicle has a timing chain, instead of a timing belt, replacement of the timing chain is not required. Refer to the Scheduled Maintenance section of your owner’s manual for specific information.

I’m leasing my Honda. Do I need to service it?
There are two very good reasons why you should maintain your vehicle according to the schedule in your Owner’s Manual. Regularly maintaining your car is the best way to protect your investment. Proper maintenance is essential to your safety and the safety of your passengers. It will also reward you with more economical, trouble-free driving and help reduce air pollution. Also, vehicle condition is evaluated at the end of the lease period, and you will be charged for abnormal conditions that reduce the value of the vehicle. This includes mechanical condition.