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2007 Honda Fit Base 5dr HB MT

2007 Honda Fit
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Front Wheel Drive, 5-Door Hatchback, Sub-Compact
33 mpg city / 38 mpg hwy
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January 23, 2013, 9:07 pm

Jj S
 

Question: 34300 miles - what maintenance needed?

2007 Honda Fit. Approx 6213 miles a year. City driving mostly with some distance driving. Last maintenance minder code was at 11720 miles. No maintenance minder code since then. What maintenance should I be doing at this point? Am doing regular oil changes every 3800 miles. Regular tire inspection, change, inflation, rotation and balance with summer/winter season (I'm in Canada).

Also, I would like to know how I can protect the A/C, since I have already had rocks perforate the condenser. Expensive 1200$ repair. It is the weakness in the design - but what can I do to avoid this costly damage from happening again?

Thanks a million!


January 26, 2013, 9:05 pm

Ron W
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Your service intervals look fine. Just follow your owner's manual recommendations on what is needed at specific mileages. (tune ups/ transmission service, etc). other than that keep doing what you are doing.

As to the AC, there isn't really much you can do. It is in front of the radiator (like most cars) so if a rock is going to hit something, the condenser is the most likely target. If you cover it up, you would block the air flow to the radiator and condenser and may cause overheat and/or AC cooling issues.


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