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60K Service Recommendation


Liwei

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Hi all,

 

It's almost time for the 60K service for my 2006 Honda Accord Lx coupe 5-speed manual

 

From the Honda dealer, I was quoted:

 

60K service: 239$

Transmission: 69.95$

Power steering: 110.95$

Fuel Injection 139.95$

 

I'm wondering what is included in the 60K service; are the transmission, power steering, and fuel injection necessary? are the prices they quote me reasonable?

 

on a separate note, my oil life indicator never drops below 40% by the time I put 5,000 miles on my car. Should I get oil changes according to the oil life indicator or I should do it every 5,000 miles?

 

Thank you for your help!

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The 60K service for your car should be engine and transmission fluids, flush brake fluids, inspect the car for safety issues/wear issues (not a true state inspection), replace engine air filter, replace cabin air filter. That is basically it.

 

$239 is a good price for that service from a dealer. I do not know why they would have given you a separate price for the transmission fluid. Typically we flush the power steering fluid every 100k and that is not part of a major service. As far as cleaning the fuel injection goes, unless you are having an issue related to the injection system I would say it is not necessary.

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