Man that's a heck of a lot of stuff for say $120+/- (including crush washers, filters, and fluid pumps). Probably $500 at the Stealership, feels great to DIYB 236 came up on the Mx Minder a week ago just shy of 39,000 miles.
Found 24 bottles of DW-1 transmission fluid at a liquidators for $3 a bottle. Used 4 bottles last week on a drain and fill and repeated the drain and fill today.
Changed the engine oil with Mobil 1 synthetic Ow20 for Honda's, $22.25.
Added the fumoto valve for easier oil changes in the future.
Used the Honda A01 filter from a pack of six I picked up last year.
Mobil1 Synthetic Gear Lubricant LS 75W‑90 went in the transfer assembly $12.99.
Honda's VTM-4 Diff Fluid for the rear differential $29.
Changed out the cabin and engine air filter ( again from an ebay stockpile).
Topped off the windshield washer (Honda brand) and checked the antifreeze.
Replaced all 7 crush washers and picked up a couple of fluid hand pumps for the gallon and quart containers.
All other fluids look good.
Current mileage is 39,250.
Will rotate the tires and check brakes and belts on Saturday after I research how to inspect the belts?
Saved a bunch over not going to the stealership and feel good for the accomplishment.
I have a sloped driveway and used a set of steel ramps to raise up the front wheels for the oil, transmission and transfer assembly fluids. The rear does not need to be lifted to change the Rear Diff VTM-4 fluid, but I left the truck up on the ramps as it levelled my ride over the sloped driveway.
Advance Auto took the old fluids to recycle, for free :grin:
Oh Boy, Thanks Carsmak. Just when I thought I was ahead :crying:Any plans on brake or power steering fluid?