This really depends on several factors. 1. What are the conditions that the car is being driven in? If it is extreamly hot or dusty or if it is mainly stop and go short trip driving then the oin needs to be changed more often than if the conditions are less severe. 2. What kind of oil are you using? If you are using a regular petroleum based oil then it won't last as long as if you were using a synthetic or a synthetic blend oil. So if you are driving under harsh conditions, mostly stop and go short trips change it most frequently, 3000km sounds better than longer. If you are driving in less harsh conditions, mainly longer trips 30 minutes or more at a continuous speed over 70kph and you are using a synthetic oil you could go as long as 12000km before changing it. You also need to keep track of how much oil your car is using, if it seems to burn a lot (more than 1 quart every month) then you have a more worn motor and you need to keep checking the oil so you don't burn the motor up from lack of oil. Also every new quart you put in is changing 1/5th of the oil in your motor. Remember oil is meant to help protect your car's motor, use the best you can afford and change it as often as you need to, based on the conditions of your driving, and your car's engine will last as long as possible. Respectfully, Charlie (p.s. I hope this helped, it is not an easy black or white question, use your own common sense to arrive at the best answer for you and your car.)
probably not, the accord layout changed quite a bit from 1987 to 1993
It has a permanent filter that is changed when you have the fluid changed.
No, the 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain that will last the life of the engine. The V6 does have a belt that must be changed at 110,000 miles.
Well it depends how much the 1994 Honda Accord has changed from the 1993-research this and if the transmission part wasn't changed then yes, it should fit. Good luck! Man do I wish I could drive yet...
The timing belt should be changed every 90,000 miles on a 93 Accord.
The mileage that a v6 Honda Accord will need to get its timing belt changed is between 90,000-100,000. However, some mechanics recommend 80,000-90,000 miles.
The 2003 Accord V6 has a cam belt that must be changed every 110,000 miles. The 4 cylinder Accord has a cam chain that requires no maintenance and should last the life of the engine.
According to the below answer 2002 accord after 105K miles it needs to changed.When_should_you_replace_a_timing_belt_on_a_2002_Honda_Accord
it is an interference engine, so get you timing belt changed
No, it will take care of itself.
Must be changed every 105,000 miles.
When it quits working and the cable isn't broken.
my 1998 Honda accord lx I4 has a governor at 138 mph. It is the same generation accord, and thus i would guess that yours is similar, (unless they changed the governor for the v6 which is doubtful)
Every 60000 miles is factory recommened. On the 1990 thru 1992 Honda Accord, the timing belt should be changed about every 150,000 miles. My 92" Accord has 154,000 miles on it and I havent changed yet, because all the shops around town have told me it cost about $600-$800 dollars.
The air-condition belt on a 2001 Honda Accord also controls the heat. When the belt needs to be changed the ridges on the belt will show wear.
Get your oil changed, and have the service reminder reset.
About 105.00-130.00 us dollars
The timing belt in the 2005 Honda Accord 2.2 CDTI Model does not need to be changed as a matter of routine maintenance. The timing belt on a vehicle is not usually worked on unless there is a problem with the timing.
I just changed mine....I have 2001 Honda Accord (EX-V-6) and the local guy charged me $500. Good Luck!!
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.
The Honda Accord timing belt should be changed every 75,000 miles. Failure to change the belt on the appropriate time schedule can result in immediate engine failure.
The decision to take it to a body shop for an oil change.
I had my fluids changed in my transmission, and they told me the filter was internal....and they did not replace it!
Have you changed the timing belt?