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2012 Honda Odyssey

2020-01-19T23:00:23+00:00

Honda Odyssey

Mileage
87,979
Service Date
1/16/2020
Services Performed
  • Check the vehicles under hood fluid levels and remove the oil fill cap and breather assemblies (where applicable) Remove the vehicles engine oil drain plug, and drain the contents of the engines oil pan or sump. Remove the filter assembly and clean the sealing surfaces of the housing for reinstallation. On cartridge equipd vehicles, replace the housing O rings and clean the debris from the housing and relief valves. Lubricate the O rings on the housing and or the filter assembly and replace the filter or element. Clean and inspect the oil drain plug gasket, and check the threads in the engines oil pan. Torque the plug to the manufacturers specification using a new gasket where required. Clean the grease zerks to remove debris, and lubricate all accessible fittings on the vehicles steering, suspension, driveline and chassis components. Check and or set the tire pressures and relearn the TPMS system where required. Fill the engine with the manufactures specified type, grade, and viscosity engine oil and verify level after purging the new filter. Check and or top off all low fluid levels and reset the maintenance reminder system where applicable. Note. Some vehicles maintenance reminders do not take on initial reset. If your maintenance light happens to come on following an oil service, please give us a call so we can correct it.
  • Remove the four tires from the vehicle, and clean the wheel studs, hub flanges, and the rims centric. Check the vehicles braking system components for wear, remaining brake material, and signs of pending issues. Reinstall the tires onto the vehicle in their best suited locations based on overall wear, torquing all lugs to factory specification. Inflate all tires to the manufacturers suggested pressure, and visually assess the tread for abnormal wear which may indicate a need for a wheel alignment. Reset the vehicles tire pressure monitor sensor locations where required, using the factory approved TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring) system, scan tool. Road test the vehicle and confirm there is no abnormal handling characteristics following the rotation. Note: Some vehicles may have a slight drift following a tire rotation. This is due to a pattern that developes in some tires due to excessive time in one location. This condition should improve as the tread conforms to the new location / alignment angle. If drifting would not improve, sometimes an alignment or a cross rotation is required.
  • Replace Engine Air Filter
 
Kimbo M. gave our service a 5 star review on 1/18/2020
2012 Honda Odyssey 2020-01-19T23:00:23+00:00

2008 Honda Odyssey

2019-03-30T22:00:15+00:00

Honda Odyssey

Mileage
161,482
Service Date
3/20/2019
Services Performed
  • The camshaft tensioner was found to be broken causing it to deflect off of the side of the engine block causing the noise. Fortunately there was no additional damage found and the engine remained in time. See below for repair procedures which include camshaft belt replacement. Following this repair, the next camshaft belt service interval will be in 120,000 miles.
  • Drain the engine coolant and flush the system in both directions with water to remove sediment. Forward and reverse flush radiator, heater core, heater control valve, and engine block. Remove the vehicles overflow container and wash out debris where necessary, and fill the reservoir to capacity with new engine coolant. Remove the engines serpentine and or V style drive belts, and clean and lubricate any idlers, pivots, or tensioner assemblies for later reassembly. Remove the emissions harnesses, as well as the hoses, brackets, wiring harness bundles, and the front belt drive engine accessories. Remove the engines camshaft covers, and lower crankshaft pulley. Rotate the engine to align and verify the timing marks. If the marks are off, or the belt has failed, compression testing, and cylinder leak testing is often required to verify that the engine was not damaged due to piston to valve contact following the failure of the belt. Otherwise, all internal components are cleaned and disassembled, with the engine held in time using the factory approved holding fixture(s). Remove the timing components, and clean all of the pulley cogs, pivots, tensioners, idlers, and deflectors. Lubricate the tensioner assembly where required and set aside for installation. Remove the front radiator support, fan shrouds, and electric fan modules where required. Set the camshaft timing and remove the camshaft covers and belt(s). Remove the tensioners, cogs, idlers, and springs and remove the vehicles water pump. Clean all mating surfaces on the engine block and timing cover to ensure a proper seal is achieved during reassembly. Install a new water pump and gasket and torque as specified. Clean all internal components including the pulley cogs to remove debris. Lubricate the tensioner pivots and install a new camshaft belt set. Install the replacement camshaft belt, and remove the holding fixtures from the engine. Check to verify that the camshaft timing is within specification and set the recommended amount of preload on the new belt. Check the belt deflection as well as its alignment to the supporting pulleys and tighten the primary tensioner to specification. Bar the engine over two complete revolutions and verify that the component timing marks indicate / confirm that the engine remains in time throughout a full rotation cycle. Reinstall the crankshaft pulley and the camshaft belt covers insuring they seat properly to the face of the engine block. Reinstall the hoses, wiring harnesses, supporting brackets, emissions controls, and the lower crankshaft pulley. Check the accessories for bearing deflection and replace the accessory drive belt(s) where required. Replace or reinstall the accessory drive […]
2008 Honda Odyssey 2019-03-30T22:00:15+00:00

2005 Honda Civic

2018-10-27T22:00:23+00:00

Honda Civic

Mileage
118,808
Service Date
10/9/2018
Services Performed
  • Perform Intoxalock re calibration procedure according to intoxalock protocol. Customer is responsible for use and maintenance of intoxalock ignition interlock unit. Car Doc Inc. is not responsible for the interlock unit or any systems not disturbed during re calibration. The customers next calibration date is 12/07/2018
 
James K. gave our service a 5 star review on 10/27/2018
2005 Honda Civic 2018-10-27T22:00:23+00:00

2009 Honda CR-V

2018-04-20T22:01:02+00:00

Honda CR-V

Mileage
157,556
Service Date
4/18/2018
Services Performed
  • Tires were Rotated Last Service. All at 3/32 (legal minimum)
  • Trans Tech II Transmission machine is a self-contained system which connects directly to the transmission through the transmission cooler lines. The Trans Tech II completely exchanges 100% of the transmissions fluid while removing all internal debris. This cleaning is accomplished using only automatic transmission fluid and no solvents or chemicals which may shorten the transmissions life. The specified type of fluid is exchanged through the vehicles transmission till the unit is completely clean. This service is hands down the best way to replace virtually 100% of the transmissions fluid, without removing the transmission pan which could cause additional internal issues. Modern transmissions do not contain a 'filter', but use a debris screen. This screen is cleaned by the machine performing a back flush procedure to remove trapped debris. In some instances, where paper filters are used, the filter may need to be replaced depending upon the condition of the fluid before the service. Fluid is additional. Filter and pan gasket additional (if required).
  • Remove front brackets, adjusters, and pulleys necessary to access the accessory belt components. Remove the engines serpentine and or V style drive belts, and clean and lubricate any idlers, pivots, or tensioner assemblies for later reassembly. Clean the pulley grooves to remove built up rubber and debris that will cause premature wear / noise issues with the replacement belt(s). Check all accessories, idlers, and tensioners for bearing deflection. Replace the accessory drive and or serpentine belt(s) and reassemble the removed components. Adjust the drive belts to specification, and run the engine to check for proper operation of the idler and tensioner pulleys. Verify belt deflection and alignment of the engines accessories, and lock all manually adjusted tensioners as required.
  • Check the vehicles under hood fluid levels and remove the oil fill cap and breather assemblies (where applicable) Remove the vehicles engine oil drain plug, and drain the contents of the engines oil pan or sump. Remove the filter assembly and clean the sealing surfaces of the housing for reinstallation. On cartridge equipd vehicles, replace the housing O rings and clean the debris from the housing and relief valves. Lubricate the O rings on the housing and or the filter assembly and replace the filter or element. Clean and inspect the oil drain plug gasket, and check the threads in the engines oil pan. Torque the plug to the manufacturers specification using a new gasket where required. Clean the grease zerks to remove debris, and lubricate all accessible fittings on the vehicles steering, suspension, driveline and chassis components. Check and or set the tire pressures and relearn the TPMS system where required. Fill the engine with the manufactures specified type, grade, and viscosity engine oil and verify level after purging the new filter. Check and or top off all low fluid levels and reset the maintenance reminder system where applicable. Note. Some vehicles maintenance […]
2009 Honda CR-V 2018-04-20T22:01:02+00:00