Honda Pilot and Passport maintenance schedule:


Did you  know that keeping you car well maintained, and having it serviced at recommended intervals  is the most effective way to maintain your vehicle’s value and performance.

At Honda of Lake Jackson , we want to help to make it easy for you to do just that. We know the benefits of keeping up with Honda service appointments and our service department takes the time to make sure your car gets everything it needs before getting on the road again. We are always here to help with anything we can and aim to always serve as a resource and to connect you to information regarding your vehicle’s condition and your next Honda maintenance. You can schedule your service appointment online and will get you in and out as quickly as possible too!

Honda Maintenance begins at 7,500 miles and lasts until 120,000 miles. While some services will be shorter and focus on changing the oil, filter, and other small upkeep items, other appointments will include more comprehensive procedures on the vehicle’s engine and parts. These factory-recommended services are covered by Honda Care, a package that can be purchased or financed for your new Honda vehicle within the first 12,000 miles or 12 months.

Maintenance Schedule and Offerings for Honda Pilot and Honda Passport

Maintenance at 7500, 22500, 37500, 52500, 67500, and 82500 Miles

  • Check and replace fluids
  • Oil and filter change
  • Inspect tire treads and pressure
  • Lubricate throttle linkage

Maintenance at 15000, 45000, 75000, and 105000 Miles

  • Lubrication of chassis and all hinges
  • Replace oil drain plug and gasket
  • Replace windshield wipers
  • Inspect undercarriage
  • Check shocks and struts
  • Check and adjust clutch pedal
  • Inspect A/C and heater operation
  • Replace Air Conditioning Filter
  • Service transmission
  • Check park brake
  • Re-torque drive shaft
  • Inspect lights interior lamps, and exterior lamps
  • Inspect steering systems, steering gear box, and steering wheel
  • Take on a road test
  • Inspect fuel systems
  • Inspect differential oil
  • Inspect brake linings and hoses

Maintenance at 30000, 60000, 90000, and 120000 Miles

  • Service PCV valve
  • Inspect fuel tank cap gasket, fuel lines, and connections
  • Service transmission
  • Replace differential oil
  • Check transfer case oil
  • Inspect air elements
  • Check all exterior and interior lamps
  • Lubricate propeller shaft
  • Lubricate wheel bearings
  • Propeller shaft flex coupling inspection
  • Inspect battery and clean terminals
  • Road test and quality control