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Honda Pilot service code a1 a2 a3 - 2007 Honda Pilot

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SOURCE: 2007 Honda Accord

Time for oil change

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SOURCE: what service my honda pilot needs at 22500 miles

At 22500 Normal stuff like regular oil chages etc..

At 30,000-ish exchange all fluids.. Radiator, break, power stearing, trani (if auto)

On the trani - I strongly feel that a FULL fluid exchange should be done.. They normally only do a "pan drop" only exchanging about half the fluid or less.. Makes no sense to me.. Pay a little more and exchange ALL the trani fluid..
I have my 10 year old trani fluid fullly exchaned every 40-k to 50-k and now have 160-k on it with no leaks and works like the day it was new..

Most people dont understand that old/dirty fluids is what causes leaks and break down..

Also - have you breaks inspected..

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