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Old 04-12-2006, 03:56 PM
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How much would it cost me for a tune up, including oil and filter change, all honda parts, nowadays? Just lookin at ballpark figure.

I have a 2000 Honda CRV EX.

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Old 04-12-2006, 06:54 PM
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That is a vague question. Plugs, distributor cap, wires, and a bottle of real Techron fuel system cleaner is about all you really need on a tune-up. 30 minutes and you are done. Use original equipment plugs, cap and wires - remember, they were made to last 100k+ miles to start with and other forum members have posted bad results about non-original plugs and wires.
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Old 04-12-2006, 09:30 PM
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That is a really hard question to answer because prices vary wildly within the U.S. from region to region. It also varies depending on who does it (ie. Dealer vs Independent Mechanic vs Uncle Joe vs. You). But especially since you live in Portugal you are really narrowing down how many people can answer it. Also, how many miles do you have and are you needing the timing belt/water pump as well? I promise I am not trying to be mean and just trying to express how difficult it is for many of us to help you with this question.
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Old 04-12-2006, 09:42 PM
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You buy the parts and a ticket for the roadster and he'll be over. lol
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Old 04-12-2006, 10:23 PM
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A type 4 service maintenance would be consider a tuneup done by the dealer. For roughly $375 CDN for 2000CRV parts, labour tax included which is 15% here in my area. This is should be done at 48k, 96k,144k,192k (kilometres).

Front rear brake service, tuneup, valve adjustment, tire rotation/pressure, Inspect exhaust, steering and suspension, Inspect cooling and heating, Oil and filter change, Spark plug, trans fluid change, air filter.

Check your manual and see what needs to be done. Again as Robert said depends how many miles/kilo you got. timing belt/water pump needs to be change at 166k km.
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Old 04-12-2006, 10:30 PM
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I can't believe I forgot. Thanks, 2000HondaCRV. Joone, Don't forget to have them check your valve clearances!!!!!!!
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I can't believe I forgot. Thanks, 2000HondaCRV. Joone, Don't forget to have them check your valve clearances!!!!!!!
And if the mileage isn't too high, save your money on the ignition wires. What's the mileage, anyhow?


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1. Oil filter .5.00 average price
2. Oil 5w20 average 2.50 high milage 30 cents more 5 needed (4 1/3 added)
3. spark plugs average 2.50 4 are needed NJK plugs Honda uses, and any aftermarket store carries these.
4 seige compound about 99 cents
5 electronic connection grease 99 cents
6 Spark plug gapping tool from 99 cents to 10.00
at an aftermarket store can cost around 25.00 max.
at HG Honda can cost 50.00- 75.00 maximum

socket, extention, and rachet are the tools required aftermarket if stores have coupons sometimes are free after a 10.00 purchase. Oil wrend can cost about 20.00 for an excellent one HG honda of course.

Now we have what you asked for we can now get started
the year of the car is a 2000 cr-v at an average person driving 12-15k per year its 2006 of april the car has 60k through 120k on it. as you're the orginal owner you would have kept a severe or average driving record. so we must concider you are a severe driver.
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I wil be more than happy to help out. I can save you a ton of $$$$

Fly me in, have room and Boarder, some food, and allow me to site see during my break periods. I'll probably need 2 weeks and you'll come out saving a Dollar to 1 thousand dollars got to cover my end We would film the whole scenerio. of what was to be done

1 tranny fluid change, oil change, rear diff change. sparks, ac cabin filter, wires, distributer cap, timing belt, power steer fluid, brake fluid, radiator fluid, serphant belt, orbelts, ac compressions, valve adjustments,, tire rotation, hinge lubing .

if we could not get to that by t hat time a new Preowned V 2000 of course ex. and not worry bout the car i'll take it to the Airport, and On my way I'll stop off at a Junk yard. heap it. for neglagence.

both would be happy..

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Above the Line is your answer below is my advice.

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That is a vague question. Plugs, distributor cap, wires, and a bottle of real Techron fuel system cleaner is about all you really need on a tune-up. 30 minutes and you are done. Use original equipment plugs, cap and wires - remember, they were made to last 100k+ miles to start with and other forum members have posted bad results about non-original plugs and wires.
Any ideas on how to test the distributor cap and rotor cap? I think I'm on the orgininal wires and the resistance is within specs (less the 20k on the mutlimeter). I'm certain the cap and rotor are original as well. I inspected the cap inside and out and it seems clean, no major wear on the connection points. My V has 101k mile on it.

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at Midnight. bend the wires. if you see sparks OUCH!
spray liquid on the cap if it dies or wet inside you got leaks
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