depends on driver and driving conditions I use ceramic pads so they last about 2-3 years
-Additional info: Mine is has been driven in city conditions (lots of stop & go). The rear brakes actually needed to be replaced about 30,000 to 32,000 miles. I was very surprised. I've put high end ceramics, or whatever they're made out of nowadays in an effort to see if I can get more than that out of this set.
There is no magic number as to how often you should change your brakes. Brakes will wear down differently depending on the make of the brake and they will start squeaking so you know that you need to change it.
At each oil change or once a year.
How often brakes should be changed depends on the type of brakes in the vehicle and the use of the bakes in the vehicle. However, the general rule is every 10,000 miles.
Every 12 months.
You should inspect the pads and rotors at least twicw a year and change pads if they are worn down to 2mm.
My recommendation is every 5,000 miles change the oil & filter.
after 15,000 to 20,000 miles
every 3000-5000 miles, but your owners manual should tell you exactly what Honda recommends
You should change the oil in a 1994 Honda Civic every 3 months or 3,000 miles. This ensures that contaminants and metal shards are not allowed to continuously circulate inside the engine.
When they are wore out. Usually when the friction material is thinner than the metal backing plate.
Change it every time you change your oil, 3 months or 3000 miles. Every 40,000km. More often under dusty conditions.
It depends on the type of driving. If it's heavy "stop and go", you should probably have the brakes checked every 10,000 miles; on the other hand if it's mostly freeway you can go 50,000 or more.
You don't as the 2004 Honda CRV uses a timing chain and not a belt. It should last the life of the engine.
You should change the air filter in your Honda Civic when it is dirty or at every second oil change. Most filters will last for two oil changes through standard daily driving.
after 100,000 miles for ur fist change, then after 80,000miles then on
Honda recommends changing it at 100,000 miles. I personally recommend you change it every 75,000 miles. The 2003 Honda Accord had problems with the transmission so I would recommend this as a preventative measure.
On the V6 change it when you change the cam belt. On the 4 cylinder which has a cam chain change it when you have a leak or it fails.
You should check your brakes at least one time each year. You should also check them whenever you have your tires rotated.
I don't know about 2006, in the 2001 it's at 105k miles
It would depend on the driver's habits and the vehicle. I would recommend they be inspected by a mechanic every 10K or once a year.
When the pads reach the wear indicator, which you will hear as a squeal. Odd as it may seem, The rear brake pads will more than likely wear out before the front on your Accord. This is common on a Honda. How long they will last depends on how you drive, but expect to replace the rear pads at around 60,000 miles. The front should last 75,000 miles. But again, it depends on how and where you drive. When you hear the brakes squeal when stopping, replace them immediately or rotor damage will occur.
Although there is no set on how often your brakes should be replaced, I would just pay attention to your car. When you notice something wrong, I would call your auto body shop.
How often should you change the fuel filter?
Honda recommends @ 45k miles and then every 30k miles after that.