== Answer 1== If they're not worn out, leave them. Brake pads are fine until they're gone. Time doesn't matter. As answer 1 says "...are fine until they're gone." There is no specific time frame as the amout or wear, and therefore the life of brake pads and shoes is directly proportional to the amount of use and ABUSE to which they are exposed. If one does a lot of very hard braking, riding of the brake pedal, and other forms of abuse, the lifespan will be significantly reduced. IF the subject vehicle's brakes have NOT been ABUSED, then the pads should not need replacement at 35,000 miles. I'm a Ford driver [autos and pickups] and have gone as much as 65,000 miles before a brake job. My 1989 F-150 has over 120,000 miles and it's still OK with its second set of brake pads and shoes. j3h.
Yes, it should be changed as outlined in your owners manual. If you have no manual change them both every 75,000 miles.
PS should be 18000 miles and brake fluid about 30000 miles PS should be 18000 miles and brake fluid about 30000 miles
After 20000 miles
every 30,000 miles, in order to prevent internal decay on the rubber lines.
recommended change interval is 60,000 miles
My recommendation is every 5,000 miles change the oil & filter.
Around 80-100 thousand miles
80k-90k miles They go for about 150,000 but its safe to change it around 100k
I BELIEVE that is 105,000 miles
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.
Check each time you change oil approx. every 3,000 miles. Level should only drop minimally to compensate for brake pad wear.
Generally, brake pads should be changed between 20,000 and 180,000 miles. This depends on the brand of the brake pads, and the persons driving habits.
I have a '90, my timing belt went at 90,000 miles. the guy at the garage said you should change it at 65,000-70,000
after 100,000 miles for ur fist change, then after 80,000miles then on
every 105k miles
brake linings should be checked at 15,000 and 25,000 miles and then every 5,000 miles after that.
Right now I have a '93 Civic and it runs fine, it has 272,000 miles and as long as you change the fluids and service it it should last up to 400,000 miles
When they wear out. Can be between 10,000 miles and 100,000 miles depending on driving habits.
The recommended oil change for a 2002 Honda Civic is every 5,000 miles. If synthetic oil is used oil can be changed every 10,000 miles.
Brake linings should be checked every 3,000 miles.
The timing belt, water pump, spark plugs, plug wires, should have been replaced at 105,000 miles. The automatic transmission fluid should also have been replaced at around 100,000 miles. At 150,000 miles you should replace the brake fluid. Also inspect the brakes, brake lines, exhaust system, and all suspension parts.
yes it can and it should be done every 30000 miles or 2 years
It depends on the brand of brake pad and your driving habits. Normally, you'll get somewhere between 30,000 - 50,000 miles from a set of pads.