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I have a 2003 pilot with 185000 miles on it .It seems to be running great.
It does seem to have a little movement in front suspension


I have replaced the transmission at 138000 miles, and now I am relocating to the east coast from California. I need a few opinions on whether or not I should make that jaunt across the country or have this pilot shipped.
 

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How much longer do you expect to keep this Pilot?

When was the timing belt (and tensioner and accessory belts) last replaced? Same for radiator hoses.
How old are the battery and alternator?
How old are the tires? How much tread depth is remaining on them?
Are the tires up to the task of 3,000 miles of continuous highway speed driving in summer temperatures?
Do you have a full-size spare tire, or just the space-saver - and how old is it?

Do you have a membership in a roadside assistance service, such as AAA?
Can you afford the extra time, expense and inconvenience that an en route breakdown might possibly entail?
 

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Tires not a problem.
AAA yes.
Battery is fine.
Timing belt changed out with transmission at 13200 miles.
Alternator i have not changed out. I am second owner.
Bought this in 2012 with 86000 on it.
Definitely the best vehicle i have owned.
I love this vehicle !!.
Thanks for your insight and thoughts.
The afford part really makes me think.
 
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