Tushar, With a Honda, as long as the scheduled maintenance is followed 113K miles is not even half the life of the engine. Stick with your maintenance schedule and you will get over 300K out of your car. Just remember, DON'T PUT OFF YOUR MAINTENANCE.... Good luck, Tom
This is a question that's asked a lot. The V6 has a cam drive 'belt' rather than a chain. The belt is scheduled for a maintenance replacement every 90 thousand miles. Cheers
The average salary, to date, for a phlebotomist nurse is twenty-six thousand dollars, to thirty-three thousand dollars. This depends on how much experience you have had.
The 4-cylinder engine has a timing chain and there's no maintenance schedule that applies. The 6-cylinder has a belt with a scheduled replacement at 90-thousand miles or ten years, whichever comes first. Cheers
Nine hundred thousand does not need any additional rounding to round to nearest ten thousand, so the answer is 900000.
1888 is equal to MDCCCLXXXVIII in its additional notation. But 1999 is equal to MDCCCCLXXXXVIIII in its additional notation.
Approximately 141 thousand...if it is cared for to the letter with monthly maintenances scheduled and followed....
A preventative medicine doctor can make just as much or more as a regular doctor. They can make anywhere from 50,000 dollars to a hundred thousand dollars.
It depends on your driving style and how old the car is. For a new car, you should expect to pay may a few thousand dollars for maintenance. For an older car, you should expect to pay more.
Every 30 thousand miles is a good general rule, but do a complete system flush, not just a drain and fill.
The maintenance schedule for a 2005 Toyota Camry is available through Toyota. However, based on the average mileage for a vehicle of this age, the next maintenance comes at 110 thousand miles. It requires one rotation, one replacement, one fluid change, and three items for inspection.
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This is one of the most popular questions on this site. As such it has been answered a good many times. The answer is also in the owners manual. It depends which engine you have. The 4-cylinder Solara engine uses a cam chain. There is no maintenance schedule. The 6-cylinder engine uses a timing belt. There is a maintenance schedule that calls for belt replacement at ten-years or 90-thousand miles whichever comes first. While it isn't in the manual, it is strongly suggested the water pump be changed at the same time while parts are already removed from the engine. Since the spark plugs are scheduled for replacement at 100-thousand miles the owner might as well do those too and avoid having to pull the intake runner off in just a few thousand miles. Cheers