Usually 100k service includes items such as:
* Change spark plugs
* Change air/fuel filter
* Flush/Refill radiator with fresh coolant
* Flush/Change Transmission Fluid
* Balance & rotate tires
* Oil change
* Inspect hoses, belts, shocks, suspension, body, etc.
What type of maintenance have you had on your Civic and how long ago? If you've had most of these services recently, you probably wouldn't need a 100k service. If you haven't had a major service, you'll want to get one soon since 100k on original parts and fluids is a long time. With you mileage, you may want to have a shop look at your timing belt which will save you a lot of money if it is about to break.
80k-90k miles They go for about 150,000 but its safe to change it around 100k
A 100K race is 62.14 miles.
100k (kilometers) is 62.14 miles.
gas, about 150 miles engine life, the sky's is the limit (but a Honda shadow might not be worth the repair cost) be sure to get a compression test at around 100k miles
60 to 100k depending on service
100 kilometers = 62.1371192 miles
100 kilometers is 62.14 miles.
My 1999 Honda Odyssey transmission went bad in 2005. The dealer replaced my transmission which was still warranty.. the warranty was lengthened to 100k miles because of problems w/these transmissions
A hair over 62 miles.
Usually at 100K miles.on most cars its 100,000 miles
reg. unleaded will do fine, but it,s up to you if you want to spend more on higher oct.gas. if it pings with reg unleaded, than go to the next oct gasoline.
You bought the vehicle just in time for the it's timing belt changed. The belt should be changed at 100k miles.
If you can try using Toyota oil. It is just right for 100K engines.
Yes, but the mileage for the powertrain warranty is reduced from 100k miles to 60k miles.
No it has a timing belt and needs to be changed every 100k miles as per service book but its better if you change it at around 80k .
If you have 100k miles or more you should do it. 100k miles is usually a good mileage to do it on any car. For specifics you should call the dealership.
If you change your oil regularly and keep up with all scheduled maintenance, there is no reason you can't get a Honda Shadow past +75K - 100K Miles. How you drive it will also play into that (don't race it). Remember, you take care of it and it will take care of you.
It's a little over 62 miles1 kilometer = .0621371192 miles100 Kilometers = 62.137 miles1 kilometer = 0.621371192 miles
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I was told by my mechanic to replace the timing belt once you've reached 100k miles. I was told by my mechanic to replace the timing belt once you've reached 100k miles.
On my VWs I change the OHC belt at 80K miles and retension every 15K miles on the older units. VW generally recommends 100K miles. On my VWs I change the OHC belt at 80K miles and retension every 15K miles on the older units. VW generally recommends 100K miles.
every 100k miles