Question about 2001 Honda Accord
Thank you!. Just called another Honda dealership and they quoted $1,500. At first they quoted me $89.99 for a regular 105,000 mile service without even mentioning plugs, belts. Then when I brought those items up, service person started adding on and on and on. I think I'll stick with my first estimate. Thanks much!
No problem, and I'm glad it could help:) You might even consider having the belts and water pump done at a shop, plus the coolant flush and fill, but leave the oil change, air filter change, and new spark plugs for yourself. You can buy all of those parts at an auto parts store very inexpensively (much less than a dealer will charge you), and with a handful of basic tools, you can do all of that labor yourself in an hour or two. If you're interested in this, let me know on here, and I can give you more info on what is involved.
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