Whilst the other cars have been in the spotlight, getting all the love and attention, the poor little Honda has been sitting off to the side, trundling along as the super reliable daily, clocking up the miles.
This was a job I had been putting off for a while, but given I have a four or more hour drive ahead of me tomorrow, It was time to finally replace the spark plugs.
Not to be left out, I finally did some long overdue maintenance on the Fit.
So we have owned our Honda a few years now, I thought it might be time to do a quick review.
So, it’s been almost a month since I swapped the standard cabin filter in the Fit out for an Activated Carbon filter. The results?
Previously I have done a write up on how to change the cabin filter in the Swift, so here I am again, changing it in the Honda Fit.
Finally got around to fixing the Fits lazy eye. A few months ago the auto adjuster on the RH headlight gave up and I ended up with one headlight aiming very low. Went for a WOF, passed, just, as they couldn’t adjust it higher (I already tried). Got warned that it probably wouldn’t get through another WOF and I only got this one because it’s aiming low not high.