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Your most concise 160k servicing package guide! with PICS!!!

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Your most concise 160k servicing package guide! with PICS!!!

Postby mervynsng » Thu Apr 26, 2012 12:28 am

Hey all!

You guys must be wondering… so many things to buy for the 160K but don’t know what or how the parts looks like… I have the answers….

Firstly let me present the parts list:
1) Honda ATF-Z1 (08268-P99-01251) x03btls $25.50
2) Valve Cover Gasket (12341-PLC-000) x01pc $15.00
3) Spark Plug Seal (12342-P08-004) x04pcs $18.00
4) Timing Belt (14400-PLM-014) x01pc $25.00
5) Timing Belt Bearing (14520-PLC-305) x01pc $65.00
6) Water Pump (19200-PLM-A01) x01pc $115.00
7) CKP-Low Crank Sensor (37500-PLC-015) x01pc $75.00
8) TDC Cylinder Assy Sensor (37840-RJH-006) x01pc $65.00
9) Aircon (Compressor) Belt (38920-PLC-003) x01pc $16.00
10) Power Steering Belt (56992-PLC-T01 (J)) x01pc $16.00
11) Washer Cover (90442-PLC-003) x05pcs $20.00
12) Timing Oil Seal, 38x50x7 (91212-PR3-003) x01pc $8.00
13) Camshaft Oil Seal, 29x45x8 (91213-PD2-004) x01pc $8.00
14) Spark plug (IK20L) x04pcs $64.00
15) Oil Filter (your choice) $8.00-$10.00
16) Honda Long Life Coolant (08C04-EX1000) x04btls $34.00

Optional parts to change during your major service (that is….. If you want to…):
1) Plug Cylinder Head (12513-P72-003) x01pc $10.00
2) Thermostat (19301-P08-315) x01pc $18.00

So there you go! The pics! -> -> ->

Honda ATF-Z1 (08268-P99-01251) x03btls $25.50
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Valve Cover Gasket (12341-PLC-000) x01pc $15.00
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Spark Plug Seal (12342-P08-004) x04pcs $18.00
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Unwrapped!
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Underside
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Plug Cylinder Head (12513-P72-003) x01pc $10.00
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Closeup..
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Timing Belt (14400-PLM-004) x01pc $25.00
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The groove should look like this….
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Belt printing….
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Timing Belt Bearing (14520-PLC-305) x01pc $65.00
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The other side of the bearing…
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Water Pump (19200-PLM-A01) x01pc $115.00
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Thermostat (19301-P08-315) x01pc $18.00
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CKP-Low Crank Sensor (37500-PLC-015) x01pc $75.00
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TDC Cylinder Assy Sensor (37840-RJH-006) x01pc $65.00
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Aircon (Compressor) Belt (38920-PLC-003) x01pc $16.00
See the groove, should look like this.. felt feeling….
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Power Steering Belt (56992-PLC-T01 (J)) x01pc $16.00
See the groove, should look like this… Felt feeling too!!!
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Washer Cover (90442-PLC-003) x05pcs $20.00
Don’t worry about the metal exposure. It does not affect the usage of this…
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Timing Oil Seal, 38x50x7 (91212-PR3-003) x01pc $8.00
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Camshaft Oil Seal, 29x45x8 (91213-PD2-004) x01pc $8.00
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Close up on the inner profile…..
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Spark plug (IK20L) x04pcs $64.00
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Remember! Check out bro MaKH post on how to check the real and the fake ones before buying!!!!!

Oil Filter (your choice) $8.00-$10.00
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Honda Long Life Coolant (08C04-EX1000) x04btls $34.00
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And don’t forget your Engine Oil!
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So there you go! All that you need to perform your 160KM service! ï

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Postby fred59 » Thu Apr 26, 2012 10:42 am

Upz for Chiu, our es can squeeze in almost four litres of atf, if properly flushed and drained, see you are using only 3 ltrs. Witnessed them doing it.

Did you forgot about the tensioner, for 160k klic is due.
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Postby macross43 » Thu Apr 26, 2012 2:58 pm

:supz: :supz: :supz:
Thumb upzz bro ....
Nice job photoshoot all the parts .... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Postby mervynsng » Fri Apr 27, 2012 3:54 pm

fred59 wrote:Upz for Chiu, our es can squeeze in almost four litres of atf, if properly flushed and drained, see you are using only 3 ltrs. Witnessed them doing it.

Did you forgot about the tensioner, for 160k klic is due.



Hi Fred,
5) Timing Belt Bearing (14520-PLC-305) x01pc $65.00

This is the belt tensioner mah... Right?

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Postby fred59 » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:01 pm

mervynsng wrote:
fred59 wrote:Upz for Chiu, our es can squeeze in almost four litres of atf, if properly flushed and drained, see you are using only 3 ltrs. Witnessed them doing it.

Did you forgot about the tensioner, for 160k klic is due.



Hi Fred,
5) Timing Belt Bearing (14520-PLC-305) x01pc $65.00

This is the belt tensioner mah... Right?


Ya, saw the pin.
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Postby Tomminator » Thu May 03, 2012 8:30 pm

Hey Bro Mervyn,

Your last overall photo not complete leh... where's the oil filter leh???

Seem like you bought 1 dozen of oil filter ah.... share share leh... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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Postby mervynsng » Sat May 05, 2012 8:37 am

Tomminator wrote:Hey Bro Mervyn,

Your last overall photo not complete leh... where's the oil filter leh???

Seem like you bought 1 dozen of oil filter ah.... share share leh... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


Hehhe! I forgot to buy the oil filter so KM chop my green head lor.. However, for the benefit of the bros here I decided to steal one off a website and post here for reference :)

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Postby zenium » Fri Jun 01, 2012 2:27 am

hey bro. where did u buy ur honda longlife coolant?
ZENIUM! VTEC FTW!

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Postby mervynsng » Fri Jun 01, 2012 7:39 am

zenium wrote:hey bro. where did u buy ur honda longlife coolant?


Hello and a very good morning to you!
You can get it at Thian Seng at Waterloo street. There have stock list of all Honda parts.
Happy searching!

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Postby tthiang » Tue Jun 19, 2012 1:20 pm

mervynsng wrote:
Tomminator wrote:Hey Bro Mervyn,

Your last overall photo not complete leh... where's the oil filter leh???

Seem like you bought 1 dozen of oil filter ah.... share share leh... :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


Hehhe! I forgot to buy the oil filter so KM chop my green head lor.. However, for the benefit of the bros here I decided to steal one off a website and post here for reference :)


Bro, you went to KM for this major servicing? How much they charged you for labour?

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Postby noprob » Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:17 pm

Fuel filter and brake fluid flush. ..?

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Postby MCDS » Fri Jul 20, 2012 5:47 pm

noprob wrote:Fuel filter and brake fluid flush. ..?



These two items are NOT part of the 80,000 km major service requirement. Fuel filter change every 30,000km or 60,000 km whichever you prefer... and more frequently if you regularly use RON97 or RON95 fuels.


Brake fluid flush ... also a 30,000km interval thing when they 'check' brake pads... most people replace brake fluid only when replacing brake pads (as opposed to just topping up the brake fluids after putting in the new brake pads)

but of course, you can also opt to do these two items during the major service at 80,000 km. Most people will wait as the major service itself already quite expensive (At least SGD$380 for the bare bones belts and water pump change) - adding on additional things gonna bump up the bill more... fuel filter is not in the engine bay... separate job, separate labour charge... :) and for brake fluid flush... need to do all 4 corners of your car too... and need to have second person to pump the brake padel to clear air pockets... and bleed your brake hoses... and adjust your handbrake cable...

can do if you want - just be prepared to pay for it... come meetup more often we can tell more details why major service got so many things, yet some things no need to do... but good to do, etc... else the posts will be damn long, and no one actually reads... just self gratification to write long long hahaha...
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Postby felixxo » Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:42 am

This posting really helps man....got this workshop quote me, $780 for timing belt n water pump change....my mileage 90500 liao... Now i got the picture how timing belt and water pump cost like...time to go hunt for stockist! Heehe

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Postby mervynsng » Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:47 pm

felixxo wrote:This posting really helps man....got this workshop quote me, $780 for timing belt n water pump change....my mileage 90500 liao... Now i got the picture how timing belt and water pump cost like...time to go hunt for stockist! Heehe


Glad that it helped you decide on what is required!!! :)

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Postby civic6382 » Mon Aug 19, 2013 11:46 am

MCDS wrote:
noprob wrote:Fuel filter and brake fluid flush. ..?



These two items are NOT part of the 80,000 km major service requirement. Fuel filter change every 30,000km or 60,000 km whichever you prefer... and more frequently if you regularly use RON97 or RON95 fuels.


Brake fluid flush ... also a 30,000km interval thing when they 'check' brake pads... most people replace brake fluid only when replacing brake pads (as opposed to just topping up the brake fluids after putting in the new brake pads)

but of course, you can also opt to do these two items during the major service at 80,000 km. Most people will wait as the major service itself already quite expensive (At least SGD$380 for the bare bones belts and water pump change) - adding on additional things gonna bump up the bill more... fuel filter is not in the engine bay... separate job, separate labour charge... :) and for brake fluid flush... need to do all 4 corners of your car too... and need to have second person to pump the brake padel to clear air pockets... and bleed your brake hoses... and adjust your handbrake cable...

can do if you want - just be prepared to pay for it... come meetup more often we can tell more details why major service got so many things, yet some things no need to do... but good to do, etc... else the posts will be damn long, and no one actually reads... just self gratification to write long long hahaha...


Hi Bro,
You have the part number of the ES5 fuel stainer?
Many Thanks


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