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Old 11 Aug 2007, 02:50 am
John Horner
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Default Re: 2000 Honda CRV time to replace? wrote:
> OK here's the siuation.
> I have a 2000 Honda CRV with 150K miles on it. It's been GREAT with NO
> maintenance beyond oil change, etc.
> However, it now needs new struts, shocks, alignment, and tires to the
> tune of $800.
> Is it worth it? Anything else gonna go wrong in the near future? How's
> the tranny gonna hold up at this age? Or is it time to give it up and
> look at a replacement?
> I drive about 30 miles each way to work...and occasionally a 500 mile
> round trip from Dallas to Houston...
> comments?
> Thanks everyone!

Those are all normal maintenance items for a vehicle at that mileage.
I would do the repairs and keep running it.

Be aware that not all shocks and struts are created equal. There are
many different quality levels on the market. It seems that the Honda
originals served you well. I would replace them with OEM or the white KYBs.

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