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Honda Car Service

Honda Car Service

Service

  • You never pay more than the quotes you authorise and always less than at the agents
  • We will bring you home (or to work) for free
  • We offer you the best repair for your car

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Service Intervals

Oil change service every 15 000km or yearly.

Air Filter & Fuel Filter - every 30 000 km interval but can last up to  100 000 km in modern vehicles. Read more...

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Cambelt

Most cambelts need to be changed at 90 000 km or after 6 years, but this can vary from every 60 000 km to 180 000 km. Cambelts age and can tear if not changed in time, which will cause major engine damage. Read more...

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Spark Plugs

Every 30 000 km but can last up to 100 000 km for platinum or iridium spark plugs in modern vehicles. Read more..

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Transmission Fluid

The change intervals vary from every 45 000 km to a "life-time" fill. But even for vehicles with a life-time fill the oil deteriorates and we recommend a change at around 200 000 km or 10 years. Read more...

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Powersteering Fluid

Most vehicles come with a life-time fill of powersteering fluid. 

Autoworks recommends changing the transmission fluid at 200 000 km or after 10 years. Read more...

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Brake Fluid Flush

Every 2 years.

Brake fluid is hygroscopic (binds water) and deteriorates quite quickly especially in coastal towns. Read more...

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Coolant Flush

Every 2 years.

High quality coolants last longer and give better protection.
Ask us about the recommended coolant for your vehicle. Read more...

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Aircon Service

Every 3 years.

As the A/C looses tiny amount of coolants over time, it looses performance. Oil in the coolant protects the moving parts of the A/C. Read more...

Robert Taylor expert mechanic

Expert Mechanic

Rob

Rob Joined the motor industry at the age of 16 years old and qualified as a Grade A technician before his 18th birthday becoming one of the youngest qualified technicians in South Africa. He quailified with Volkswagen and then moved over to Nissan to become their senior technician in Durban. A little later in his career he moved over to Bosch due to his love for all brands of vehicles as the Workshop manager and senior on car diagnostics technician.

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Keep Your Car Running Smoothly

A regular Honda service is essential to keep your car running smoothly.

Hondas are known for being solid, reliable and well-running vehicles; however it is still important to have regular services in order to keep it running at its optimum level of performance.

As any owner of a Civic, Prelude, Accord or Vtec knows, a regular Honda service is essential to keep your car running smoothly. Honda's are known for being solid, reliable and well-running vehicles; however it is still important to have regular services and to stick to your car service schedule in order to keep it running at its optimum level of performance. 2009 Accord and Jazz models have built-in indicators to remind you of when its next service is due, however those driving earlier models will need to consult their handbooks to know when their car is due for its next service.

Honda maintenance plans vary depending on the model of your Honda. Generally, your first service will be between 10,000 and 15,000 kilometres depending on your model – and your handbook will give you the exact mileage your particular model will require its service. After this, you will need to take your Honda into a reliable Honda auto repair centre at regular intervals as per the instructions in your handbook. It is also very important to keep your Honda in good working order in between services.
 

A few vital but simple checks can save you plenty of time, energy and money if problems are caught early – here are some of the most common examples:
Engine Oil

Oil should be checked and topped up if needed every month or so. This keeps engine parts lubricated, and ensures that your Honda runs at its peak performance.

Brake Fluid

Keep your brakes in good condition with regular checks of your brake fluid level. While the winter is almost behind us, there is still plenty of wet weather and any problems with your Honda’s brakes could be catastrophic on South Africa’s busy roads.

Coolant

Hondas are built for speed and reliability, but nevertheless, engines can easily overheat if coolant levels aren’t checked. If you notice that your Honda engine is losing coolant, have it checked. Loss of engine coolant is a sign of a leak and waiting with the repair will result in further damage.

So ensure that you keep your Honda in the best possible condition – regardless of what model you drive, it will perform best for you if you stick to your service plan properly. Treat it properly and your Honda engine and other car parts will be running smoothly for years to come.

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Honda Accord 2.0I V-TEC (2008-2014) 20 000km
R 1195.00
incl. VAT
Honda Ballade 1.5 (2011-onwards) 20 000km
R 1295.00
incl. VAT
Honda Brio 1.2 (2012-2019) 20 000km
R 895.00
incl. VAT
Honda Civic 1.8 VTEC (2006-2010) 20 000km
R 995.00
incl. VAT

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