Honda-Acura Automobile Services

Honda-Acura Automobile Services2018-09-25T19:46:28-04:00

30/60/120K Miles

  • oil and filter change
  • transmission fluid change
  • brake fluid change
  • coolant change
  • cabin filter (s)
  • air filter change
  • lube all doors and latches
  • check tire tread %
  • rotate tires
  • front and rear brakes clean and lube
  • Inspect suspension system
  • Inspect steering system
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Check wheel bearings
  • Load test battery
  • Check all outside lights
  • front differential fluid change
  • rear differential fluid change

90,000 Miles

  • Everything included in the 30/60/120k miles package plus:
  • Replace Double platinum or iridium spark plugs
  • Replace timing belt, water pump, serpentine or drive belt(s)
  • ( RDX ONLY) remove and clean turbo innercooler

Brakes & Suspension

New brake pads installed from $130.
Brake pads and rotors installed from $270.
Brake fluid change $30.
Honda-Acura Specialist only uses the best brake pads on the market.
We only use Akebono or Advics brake pads both have been used by Honda for over 20 years. Honda still puts them on 2015 models.

Common Repair Costs

Oil and filter change
– Synthetic Blend … $30.99
– Full Synthetic … $45

Transmission fluid change from … $50

Coolant change (green $45 ) (blue $65 )

New CV axle installed from … $225

New upper control arm installed from … $160

New lower ball joint installed from … $150

Rear Differential Fluid Change … $35-80

Front Differential Fluid Change … $30

Spark Plugs … $30-$210

Timing Belt Replacement

Why is replacing your timing belt important? Well if you don’t replace your timing belt every 90,000 to 105,000 miles its in danger of breaking!

What happens went the timing belt breaks? Your engine will stop running and there is a chance that you’ll severely damage your engine, costing about 3-4 more to repair then having the timing belt replaced.

How does this happen? Just as the name implies, the timing belt keeps your engine in time. When the belt breaks the pistons and valves get out of time and come in contact with each other.

Pistons are very strong and don’t give way but the valves are small and thin resulting in the valves getting bent. In some very rare cases the valves can break off. When this happens the pistons do get damaged as well as the cylinder head.