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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-28-2012, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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200,000 Miles on 2006 Pilot!

Hello everyone,

My 2006 Pilot is approaching 200k miles im currently at 198k and should be at 200k within a few weeks.

She still runs GREAT. No major issues at all (knock on wood) I bought her at 33k miles and driven her all over the state of Florida.

Other than the usual tire, oil, brake service the only other major service I did was at 100k miles. Which included the water pump, timing, spark plugs, all fluids changed etc.

Since I am approaching 200k what type of service do you think I should perform to keep her running for as long as possible? Should I do the same 100k service? anything specific i should be looking for?

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Same as 100K I would think.

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I would do the same 105k service and replace the struts and shocks.
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I agree with the previous. You're at that mileage that you probably should give the suspension a good going over - struts, ball joints, tie rod ends, CV joints, etc. - and a complete inspection under the car looking for any signs of corrosion starting. Beyond this, do the 105K stuff again and I bet you're good to go for another 100K.

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I'm not sure if it affects the 2006 Pilot but other posters have been doing a radiator replacement at about 105K. This to avoid a transmission failure that occurs when a corroded radiator allows transmission fluid and coolant to mix.
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