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Question by  Gypsyscorpio (24)

How much is a tune-up for a Honda Accord V6?

My Honda needs a tune-up.


Answer by  Jimbob (2275)

Generally a tuneup should be around 150 or less. Often all that is done is changing the spark plugs, air filter, oil, and checking the engine module for any other problems. Often around 150,000 the oxygen sensors tend to go bad.


Answer by  Expert19283 (173)

The cost of for a tune-up varys depending on where you get it done. I would expect to pay between $80-$150 depending on the mileage and depth of the tune-up purchased. It will cost $150 to get all fluids topped off, air filter replaced, brake inspection and an oil change as well.


Answer by  cab1882008 (45)

It depends on the year. For a 2000 it would be around a hundred and sixty dollars. For 2008, it would be closer to two hundred fifty dollars. This car needs an expierenced mechanic. It requires a lot of work to get to all the areas you have when doing a tuneup on it.


Answer by  dannyg28 (3070)

Tune - Ups for a honda accord v6 can cary in price depending who is doing the work, if you take it to Honda you will probably pay more than if you take it to a private mechanic


Answer by  mdjames26 (533)

how old is the honda? Most cars do not actually need "tune ups. " They just need regular maintenance. It would suffice to get the fluids and filters changed every so often. A dealer will charge you upwards of $250 for a tune up for your car.


Answer by  brent83 (52)

If you do the tune-up yourself parts would be around 100-300 dollars depending home what time of tune-up it is. Add 2-500 for labor if professionally done.


Answer by  Doug77 (1433)

Full tune-up - plugs, wires, fuel and air filter - will run you about $125-$150 depending on the brands you use and if you do it yourself.

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