2016 Honda CRV AWD Touring, differential & transmission changed at 30,000 ???

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Asked by Mar 14, 2019 at 01:22 PM about the 2016 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2016 Honda CRV AWD Touring, differential & transmission changed at 30,000?
IS THIS TRUE?     My 2002 Honda CRV AWD didn't have to have differential or
transmission change till 99,999 miles and it didn't have a chain.  In fact, the only
thing I ever had to do, was bring it in for oil changes and front end alignments
now and then.   

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Honda recommends rear differential fluid change at around 20K, not too many people do it, but its cheap insurance to avoid future issues. Doing a drain and refill for the automatic every 30 or 40K is not a bad idea either. Honda does not recommend transmission flushes

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Don't be cheap on the fluid changes. Compare the cost of the fluid changes ( a few hundred) to the cost of a drive train or a new car.

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..they are even cheaper when you do them yourself!

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I appreciate your advice. I never had to worry about this in the past and I want to make sure, I'm not getting stung along with being ripped off. Thank Ya'all.

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Have an independent shop do the fluid changes and you will $ave money. I don't like oil change shops as they use generic oils rather than the correct ones and most of them employ morons.

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