Honda Civic Maintenance Schedule

Honda technician working under hood of car
The Honda Civic maintenance schedule helps keep your reliable sedan in exceptional condition for as long as you own it. Are you due for a service visit? If one of the Honda Civic maintenance codes is shining on your dashboard, it means that your vehicle needs some maintenance from a dealership. Learn more about the recommended Honda Civic services below, then schedule an appointment at Big Island Honda in Hilo & Kona’s service center near Waikoloa and Captain Cook!

What is the Honda Civic Maintenance Schedule?

The Honda Civic service schedule starts at 7,500 miles and continues all the way through 120,000 miles. Below are the suggested Honda Civic service intervals, including the maintenance that’s recommended at each interval:

7,500 miles: For this service interval, along with the 22,500, 37,500, 52,500, 67,500, and 82,500-mile intervals, your Civic will need to be brought in for:

  • Oil and filter change
  • Brake inspection
  • Lubricate throttle linkage
  • Check and replace fluids
  • Inspect tires and tire pressure
  • Rotate tires

15,000 miles – For this mile marker, as well as the 45,000, 75,000, 105,000-mile intervals, your Civic will need all the services above, in addition to the following:

  • Lubrication of chassis and hinges
  • Replace oil drain plug
  • Rotate and balance wheels
  • Inspect undercarriage
  • Inspect shocks
  • Check and adjust clutch pedal
  • Inspect A/C and heater operation
  • Service transmission
  • Check park brake
  • Inspect lights
  • Inspect steering systems
  • Inspect fuel systems
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Inspect differential oil
  • Inspect steering gear box and steering wheel
  • Inspect brake linings
  • Replace windshield wipers
  • Re-torque drive shaft bolt
  • Lubricate all hinges
  • Replace air conditioning filter

30,000 miles – For this interval and the 60,000, 90,000, and 120,000-mile intervals, you’ll again need all of the above services. Additionally, we will also do the following for your Civic:

  • Service PCV valve
  • Service battery and clean cables
  • Replace differential oil
  • Inspect fuel tank cap gasket
  • Inspect fuel lines and connections
  • Inspect transfer case oil
  • Inspect air elements
  • Check all exterior and interior lamps
  • Lubricate propeller shaft
  • Lubricate wheel bearings
  • Road test and quality control
  • Propeller shaft flex coupling inspection
  • Inspect battery and clean terminals

Schedule Honda Civic Service at Big Island Honda in Hilo & Kona

If your Civic is due for service, schedule an appointment at our service center in Hilo! Our certified, highly-trained technicians know your Honda vehicle inside and out, so you can have peace of mind knowing you are in good hands.

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