Question about 2008 Honda Pilot
I have had the vehicle for under a year and I am wondering why this fluid needs to be changed so soon and if I need to have a Honda dealership take care of this today?
Please let me know. Thank you.
Ok this is a simple question guys. There will be a number code on your dash with the oil life. The number will be a 5, which means differential flush. If you choose to ignore this, after a while the back end of the car will shudder when you are making turns. If you wait to long you will destroy the differential. So just get it changed when you get the maintenance code 5. It always comes with either an A or B. It is better to get it serviced at a Honda dealer. Good luck.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Yea go to main dealer let them take care of this
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