AskPatty Certified Female Friendly Logo
I have a 2000 Honda Civic with 193,000 miles. I want to get a tune-up before the hot weather sets in this summer. What is usually included in a tune-up?

Answers from the Automotive Experts

Suzanne Grego, Technician at City of Philadelphia Fleet Management Kim, It depends on if you have kept up on your scheduled maintenance up until now. First, check your owners manual to find out what services are recommended for your specific vehicle and how often. If you had your plugs and wires changed at the 100,000 mile marker, you may be nearing time to do that again. It is always a good idea to have your tires and brakes checked out. The summer is also a good time to check the condition of your coolant and make sure the entire coolant system is working properly to prevent overheating. Suzanne

Contribute to this question:


blog comments powered by Disqus

Related Honda Civic FAQs


  • We rebuilt the transmission in my 2001 Honda Civic DX. The next day after being rebuilt, ... Read More
  • I had a lil tap so i added a qt of lucas oil treatment now it blows white smoke when i ... Read More
  • Why does my car overheat when I go 65 mph? Read More
  • When driving my Honda Civic, its belts squeal. it starts accelerating on its own, and my ... Read More
  • Hi, I have a 2002 Honda Civic. When should I be worried about my car mileage? Read More
  • my camshaft pully has a piece broken off, will that throw my timing off or can i ... Read More
  • We just got the 84 civic and it turns on for a second and when it does stay on its ... Read More
  • When I was getting a flat repaired recently, I was told that I should replace all the ... Read More
  • I have a 2000 civic si. The other day on the way to work the car was driving fine, then i ... Read More
  • Hi My 2002 honda civic LX ha a Time Belt Motor put in at 68009 miles now at 97000 miles ... Read More

Need Car Advice?

Ask The Experts!

Find Cars For Sale


Help Our Charities