Did mine last oil change at about 55k-60k mark. I think I got B4 maintenance reminder on the dash at that time.At what mileage did you get the CVT transmission fluid changed?
They can but probably won’t unless you specifically ask them to do so. Even if you ask, get confirmation when you retrieve the car and be prepared to wait while they actually do it. Maybe.If I get my transmission fluid changed before the MM comes up, will the dealer be able to reset the reminder so that it will not show up until the next interval?
The MM is there so you don't get suckered into the stuff your dealer recommends. W. C. Fields said it best……………….Do you really think the dealer is smarter than Honda who is in business to make the most profit off of you that they can?I got a simple drain and fill at 40,000. Again at 47,500 or so. Honda Dealer service I'm currently going to told me their recommendation is a single drain and fill at 30,000 and every 15,000 after. They also said at the time of my first drain and fill that if I wished, they could do 3 drain and fills in one visit, which is Honda's version of a flush. I don't know if anything was reset, I've never had any MM items come up. I park front first so have to back out. First morning after first drain and fill I swear it went into reverse (started moving) quicker than previous. So I had it done again in another 7,500 miles. Going in for oil change soon, at approx 59,750 and am going to get it done again.
2015 EX AWD. 59,000 miles.
It will most likely appear at 50-55k miles. That happed with my CVT in my Civic and my AT in my CRV.I'm at 40k miles now. The next service doesn't mention cvt drain and refill.
I'm guessing it's going to appear after the next service in line with others experience in the mid 50k
No power steering fluid. It's electric power steering, so no need to worry. If you do all hwy driving I would change the CVT fluid every 40k miles. That's what I do on my Civic and do 30k miles on my wife's AT in her CRV since she does mixed driving. It's a good insurance instead of using old fluid for a long period of time. I just changed the fluid in my wife's CRV and she even mentioned how much smoother it shifts after the change. Mind you it's an AT and not CVT, but you get the point.Yeah, those fluids last darn near forever. Especially the power steering fluid in my 2015 CR-V. First visit to the Service dept I'm currently going to, one of the techs - a mechanic, not service rep - answered my query regarding CVT fluid changes: "Don't play around with that CVT, get it done". I guess they're getting rich off me now. So be it. I'm not rolling in the dough, so it is a concern of mine, thank you.
I wise man once observed; "I park front first so have to back out. First morning after first drain and fill I swear it went into reverse (started moving) quicker than previous."
That's all the convincing I needed.