this is usually a bad CV (constant velocity) joint in the front axle. this needs to be repaired by a competent mechanic. after awhile, the joint will fail entirely, and then you will need a towtruck.
No, they are not.
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.
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Every 60,000 miles...
The timing belt should be changed every 90,000 miles on a 93 Accord.
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.
I recommend every 75,000 miles.
every 6000 kms
You should change it every 75,000 miles.
Every 70,000 miles.
Every force causes acceleration, if it's not opposed and canceled by other forces.
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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.
Every time you change the coolant.
Honda recommends every 100,000 miles.
Must be changed every 105,000 miles.
I'd change it every two years.
For Honda Accord, you change the timiing belt every 110,000 miles ( V6 ). The 4 cylinder has a chain that requires no maintenance.
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.
has a belt every 90000 miles
It is a timing belt. Older then 1993 is every 100,000km. Built 1994 and after I believe is every 130,000km.
The transmission in a 1993 Honda accord holds 12 quarts of fluid. The transmission fluid should be changed every 30,000 miles.
The timing belt on a 2000 Honda Accord should be changed every 75,000 miles. Failure to change at the appropriate time can result in engine failure.
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