Honda Pilot Transmission Service

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What does my Honda Pilot receive during Transmission Service?


The core of every Honda Pilot Transmission Service is the inspection and fluid exchange. The first step is to drain the contaminated Transmission Fluid. Once the old fluid is removed, a highly-trained Honda technician will complete a comprehensive and thorough inspection of the entire transmission system with all of its essential components. After the inspection, the technician will use special equipment and a solvent to flush and cleanse the inside of the transmission. This part of the service ensures that even the smallest metal shaving is removed, making sure that the old contaminants do not affect the new transmission fluid performance. Once sparkling clean, fresh Honda Pilot-Approved Transmission Fluid will be installed into the transmission at factory specifications.

Honda Pilot Transmission & Transmission Service

The Honda Pilot was meticulously engineered with either an automatic or a manual transmission that ultimately guides when you’ll need a transmission fluid change. Honda Pilot models with an automatic transmission require Transmission Service including transmission fluid change according to the specified maintenance schedule outlined in the owner’s manual. However, it is important to point out that the Honda Pilot maintenance interval for transmission service has grown over the years. For example, the 2006 Honda Pilot requires Transmission Service every 30,000 miles; however, the 2018 Honda Pilot has a Transmission Service interval every 60,000 miles. How often your Honda Pilot will need a Transmission Fluid exchange service can be found in your owner’s manual. Scheduling Honda Pilot Transmission Service is the best way to gain peace of mind that the Transmission is prepared for another 60,000 miles at peak performance.


Indicators of Needing a Transmission Service for my Honda Pilot


The Transmission accepts power generated by the engine and sends variable torque into each drive wheel. The beauty of the Honda Pilot Transmission is its ability to deliver torque variably given the gas pedal input and terrain variables. The transmission is very complex, full of innovative technologies, and more-involved service requirements. Here is a list of warning signs associated with a transmission system defect:

  • Will not change gears
  • Smell a pungent burning odor
  • Strange noises often described as grinding, howling, humming, or ticking
  • Gears ‘slip’ in or out without prompt or reason
  • Clutch dragging
  • Fluid Leak
  • Check Engine Light is on
  • Unresponsive transmission, especially from park into drive

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