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!
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Re: Honda Accord V6 2001 105,000 mile
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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your mechanic is exactly right.theres really no way of knowing which component is going bad,unless that light is on. thats the only time the code reader will tell which sensor it is,and you can spend a fortune replacing sensors and may still miss the one thats going bad. thank you for choosing fixya.com
Yes there is a code, most dealerships put the code in the manuel for the car it would be four numbers long usually in ink pen. If not contact any honda dealership and they will give you the number to call so you can get the correct code you will need proof of ownership, vin registration drivers license to prove it is not a stolen radio.
Call dealership and request it, They will probably have you call honda direct in customer service and they will ask for year make model proof of registration and title information before they will gie you the code. It is a four digit and most times dealerships put them in the factory owners manuel
You may be able to find the code in your 2004 Honda Accord Car Manual packet. If not, you can always call a Honda dealership, give them the VIN # of your car, and they can look up the specific code for your vehicle.
You need to have the cam belt & water pump replaced at 110,000 miles not 90,000. You should have the transmission fluid changed, brakes & all hoses inspected. The coolant should be drained, thermostat replaced and fresh coolant installed. Of course the air & cabin filter should be replaced every 30,000 miles. The fuel filter is permanent and needs no replacing. Brake fluid should be changed unless you have already had this done. Serpentine belt replaced at 110,000 miles with the cam belt.
If you're looking for the code to program your car stereo, you will need to remove the stereo, and get the numbers off the back side of it. Once you have the numbers from the back of the stereo you will need to call the dealership and have them look up the proper program codes. You will also need your VIN number.
I found the dealership that my car was originally bought from and called them. They pulled up the code and gave it to me. If you have anything with dealers name it will help. Or maybe honda dealership and give them the vin number so they can pull it up.
I can see that as being possible. Hondas are usually due for timing belt replacement at 90k though - has this been done on your car? If it has, then it doesn't need to be done again for 90k miles from the mileage it was originally done at. If your car needs this service, it's the big one. A timing belt service usually is the timing belt, the t-belt tensioner, accessory belts, any tensioners for them, water pump, thermostat, spark plugs, and all filters and fluids. That price may be somewhat on the high end, and I think you should comparison shop a few places to see where their pricing comes in, but I can believe that quote (the $920 quote, not the $1600 - that's ridiculous).