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Old 02-13-2008, 04:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2003 Pilot EX-L I got it used a year ago and it is approaching 80000 miles. I thought there was a 75000 mile service interval. What is required in this interval and are there any good DIY's for the services in the forums that you can point me to.

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Service intervals are described in the owners hand book as being 3750 for severe schedule and 7500 for normal schedule.

If you didn't get the owners manual, go online to Honda and download the service schedule.
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The '03 manual is also posted here as a Sticky in the Maintenance Forum.
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I knew that there was the regular service intervals but was wondering about the big mileage marker services. I thought I read that at 75000 miles you are supposed to change all of your fluids, rotate your tires, inspect your brakes, hoses, and belts. Change the cabin filter. Not sure about spark plugs.

I will look at one of the online manuals to see what it said exactly. And was hoping that someone has done this service and could recommend or show the way through the hard stuff and what you can skip.
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I knew that there was the regular service intervals but was wondering about the big mileage marker services. I thought I read that at 75000 miles you are supposed to change all of your fluids, rotate your tires, inspect your brakes, hoses, and belts. Change the cabin filter. Not sure about spark plugs.

I will look at one of the online manuals to see what it said exactly. And was hoping that someone has done this service and could recommend or show the way through the hard stuff and what you can skip.
I think the big one is actually 60k, but I could be wrong. That was about 60k ago!
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75,000 mi/120,000 km/5 yrs Scheduled Maintenance
Recommended service for your 2003 Honda Pilot:

Replace transmission fluid.


Replace engine oil.


Rotate tires (follow pattern on page 311 in your Owner's Manual).


Replace engine oil filter.


Check parking brake adjustment.


Inspect brake hoses and lines (including ABS).


Check all fluid levels, condition of fluids, and check for leaks.


Inspect exhaust system.*


Inspect fuel lines and connections.*


Inspect cooling system hoses and connections.


Inspect front and rear brakes.


Inspect tie-rod ends, steering gear box and boots.


Inspect suspension components.


Inspect driveshaft boots.

* = See information on maintenance and emissions warranty, last column, page 273 in your owner's manual.
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