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Is there any additional preventive maintenance beyond dealer scheduled maintenance that can keep a 1995 Accord running for several more years if has over 100 thousand miles?


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2004-07-09 13:45:13
2004-07-09 13:45:13

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


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