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A 2004 Honda Accord should have a complete tune up every 100,000 miles. The oil needs changed in the car every 3,000 miles.
A 1998 Honda Accord is tuned-up by replacing the spark plugs, fuel filter, air filter, and cleaning the injectors. Changing the motor oil and transmission fluid are often changed at this time as well.
Plugs, wires, rotor, cap, pcv valve.
Needs a tune up?
A Honda CRV tune-up should include replacing the spark plugs and spark plug wires. The tune-up should also include changing the oil and the oil filter.
Try doing a tune up. Change sparplugs,wires etc.
tune it up
There are just too many of the one or two of the devices on the car that would be causing this. Go to a tune-up shop.
I have a 1995 Honda Accord EX four dour stick shift with 222,500 miles. I get just over 32 miles per gallon on the highway (I know!). My brother works at a Honda Acura shop and we keep in good shape with regular tune-ups, oil changes, etc.
If the engine is in good tune and running as it should, and the tires are inflated to the correct pressure, you can expect 20-21 city and 26-27 highway 23-24 combined on a 4 cylinder A/T. On a V6 A/T expect 17-18 city and 24-25 hignway 20-21 combined. On a manual transmission car add about 1-2 mpg.
Tune it up. Replace the spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, fuel filter, and air filter.
maybe the fuses have blown because that happened to my radio and you might have to buy a new radio.
Bad motor mounts and needs a tune up probably
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Check for humidity in the distributor cap. Most Hondas had a gasket that was at the base of the distributor and they can dry and crack with age, or not be replaced during a routine tune-up.
I just paid 130 for parts and 130 for labor on a 2000 Honda Accord. I think it can be done for cheaper, but i did not know what was wrong with my car so that is more time and labor charges to find out what was wrong. Also, it will matter wheter they do plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and filters in which mine did. Either way this needs to be done, no matter what plugs every 70k or so.
If you use genuine Honda Parts it will cost you about $300 for parts and about $100 for the labor, you need to replace the following parts: Spark plugs, Wires, PCV Valve, fuel filter, rotor and cap, air filter and valve cover gasket. Good luck, I am doing this now on my 1997 Accord SE, I bought most of the parts from a Honda dealer online and I bought the plugs and wires from a local auto parts store.
You might want to consider a tune-up... spark plugs distributor cap/rotor sparkplug wires and possibly a new starter.
You throw it in the garbage and buy a honda!
A transmission tune up can cost between $60 to $100. The true cost will depend on the labor charges and base charge of the shop.
A tune-up for a 2000 Ford Taurus is anywhere from $175, to $230
Replace the engine air filter and interior cabin filter. Replace the brake fluid. Other than changing the oil/filter that is all there is. Your owner's manual list all of this.
If the check engine light is on take it to auto zone and have the codes read free. Of no light it needs a tune up.