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How Often Should I Service My Honda Civic?

The performance and health of your Civic is contingent on timely, trustworthy Honda Civic service intervals. Inspections, replacements, and repairs typically come along at certain times during your model's lifespan. When you stick to your Honda Civic maintenance schedule, both you and your car are the big winners. Our handy service interval schedule here is an excellent introduction to responsible Civic ownership. To learn more specifics about your trim, be sure to read through your service manual intervals, too. It's the official schedule for all your Civic needs.

15,000-Mile Service

Your Civic has already given you a lot of great memories by 15,000 miles. Do it a favor, and be sure to keep to your 15,000-mile maintenance schedule. At this stage, you'll need some replacements and checks. For example, most of the time, an engine oil filter needs to be replaced at this mileage. Other components need an inspection and include fluid level checks, checks of the exhaust system, cooling system hoses and connections, and front and rear brakes. Your trusty friends at Bell Honda perform these visual inspections accurately and professionally.

30,000-Mile Service

Your spark plugs are a critical part of your engine. They're what causes that "spark" to get your engine ignited and ready to roll. Spark plug replacement at 30,000 miles is common in a Civic. Fresh spark plugs will bring even more new energy to your relatively new Civic. Drive belts might also need to be adjusted at this time. A visual inspection by a technician will let you know if it's time for this service.

60,000-Mile Service

The air cleaner element does a lot to protect your engine from dust and debris. Be sure to replace it at 60,000 miles so it can keep guarding your engine against harm.

75,000-Mile Service

The coolant that keeps your engine from overheating sometimes needs to be replaced at 75,000 miles. This is a maintenance routine you never want to miss. When engines don't get that sweet coolant, they become hot and bothered. If this goes on long enough, engine damage might occur.

90,000-Mile Service

Your transmission puts in serious work on your behalf. Your brakes are busy as well. By 90,000 miles, replacing brake and transmission fluid is essential. Our team will take care of this relatively quick and simple maintenance procedure.

Contact Bell Honda for more information about these services. As always, your service manual is another source of valuable information.

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