Honda CR-V Maintenance Schedule


Keeping up with the scheduled maintenance on your CR-V will give it everything it needs to live up to that legendary Honda longevity. Honda makes this easy by recommending specific services to take place at set mileage intervals. Simple services will occur more frequently, while larger ones will come up farther down the line. These regular visits will also give your Honda technicians the chance to spot any developing issues that can be addressed before they grow into costlier problems. Below you will find the different mileage intervals and what will take place at each.


7,500, 22,550, 37,500, 52,500, 67,500, and 82,500 Miles

These mileage intervals will require your CR-V to have an oil and filter change, lubrication of the throttle linkage, and inspections on the brakes, fluids, and tires. After this, a tire rotation should be conducted to check that they are in good condition and are wearing evenly.


15,000, 45,000, 75,000, and 105,000 Miles

For each of these mile markers, the above services should be provided along with a lubrication of the chassis and hinges, replacement of the oil drain plug, and inspections on the undercarriage, shocks, A/C and heater systems, parking brake, lighting fixtures, differential oil, steering gearbox, steering wheel, brake linings, drive shaft bolt, and fuel systems. Replacements should take place on the spark plugs and air conditioning filter, while all hinges should be lubricated.


30,000, 60,000, 90,000, and 120,000 Miles

At this point (in addition to the 7,500-mile interval services listed above) your CR-V’s PCV valve should be serviced, as well as the battery. On top of this, all cables should be cleaned, and the differential oil should be replaced. Inspections will take place on the fuel tank, gas cap gasket, fuel lines and connections, transfer case oil, and air elements. The propeller shaft should also be lubricated along with the wheel bearings.