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Post if you have 200k miles on your 2003-2008 Pilot

Post if you have 200k miles on you pilot and no issues, original engine and tranny!
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275k on '96 T-100 Toyota truck
220K on '99 Toyota Sienna van

I have had issues with normal wear and tear items - like radiators on each and just did ball joints on truck. No items that I would condider premature failures - like a transmission in a Dodge van at 90,000.....
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Well, if we're talking about non-Pilots...

2003 Mini Cooper - 202K miles and counting (my car)
1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee - 260K miles and counting (given to wife's sister when the Pilot replaced it)

Before that: 1994 Honda Del Sol - 298K miles when transmission finally died.

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Whats the secret sblvro ?

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btw, pilot only!

2003 starlight silver pilot EX-LRES
2003 black onyx Lexus IS300
1988 mitsubishi galant sigma 203000 miles and running
2006 evolution IX MR(RIP)
2009 black raven escalade hybrid
2011 sumatra black range rover sport hse lux
2013 santorini black range rover sport hse lux


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Whats the secret sblvro ?
regular maintenance. both engine as well as tranny fluid. the addition of the oem transmission cooler probably helped as well even if I'm not towing and it was an easy install together with the PS cooler.

using synthetic was just icing on the cake.

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Really hope to get there. Just bought an '07 EX-L with 99k and part of the reason I chose it was an active forum like this. This is the Missus' car, and my daily driver Suzuki GS850 and I owe a ton to tlthe GS Resources. Would love to take on a vehicle that responds to TLC as well as my GS. :-)

I don't suppose the computer will tell me if the transmission fluid's been changed and when?



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I don't suppose the computer will tell me if the transmission fluid's been changed and when?
It will tell you when it needs to be changed, but it has no knowledge of whether it actually was or not.

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181K all most all original parts,

. . . . . But getting a new bumper, fender and headlight. (Thanks, son!)

Looking for 200K before selling.

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so there are no pilots with 200,000 yet?
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I'm aiming for 200k before sending it with my son to College!
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The Pilot came out in 2002 (2003 model). 2012-2002 =10 years. To get to 200K, you'd have to average 20,000 miles per year if you bought in 2002 (more miles per year if you bought later). That's higher than most people drive per year so I don't think everybody will be chiming in. It will get ineresting though asking the same question in a few more years though when most of the first generations are pushing over 150K.

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Im the second owner of 03 EXL that I purchased a couple of years ago. Its currently at 168k and runs great with regular maintenence.
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Post if you have 200k miles on you pilot and no issues, original engine and tranny!
I have a 2005 Pilot with 286,000 miles and all original except for timing belt etc.. Only thing changed besides maint. items is the battery. I just started to pick up a drivetrain rumble at around 2000 rpms and 65 mph. Also started having what sounds like a miss at idle and stalling untill warm, but no miss through acceleration.
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I have a 2003 EXL with 216,000 miles and running great. I am the second owner, bought it with 116,000 miles. So far all it's had two timing belts, two sets of tires, two trans/front diff fluid change, and one engine mount. It's due for new shocks and dampers. Just recently starting leaking oil thru rear main seal.
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