Heya everyone, Right, so the time for servicing is arriving shortly and now that I can actually stand outside and move my fingers without them wanting to freeze off, and with a few days off work and the school holidays in full swing, the lil chariot just sitting around twiddling its sensors and a bit of spare cash lying in the bank due to working my off over christmas, im figuring this is as good a time as any to get stuff sorted. History of the service of my car so far is that up to the point of me buying it two years ago, it has full service history only from Honda. All marked up in the service history book to 50k mark. Car is now at 67k on the clock (family car used for school runs etc etc). Last year, I changed the discs n pads on it, plus nice clean new brake fluid (I have always done this yearly anyways), after realising that bleeding the brake system of the Accord is not the normal "Start at the wheel furthest away from the master cylinder", finally got it bled nicely enough. At the same time, I did its intermediate service replacing the oil, oil and air filter, and checking all the suspension components etc (had access to a ramp which made things much easier and hopefully I will have access to a ramp again if I play my cards right) So, with 67k on the clock, however approaching the 72 month service, and with honda wanting to charge me as close as makes no difference 400 odd quid, I see the following things being involved in that service, as well as a couple of personal preferences: -Full coolant change (missed that one out on the 5 years service) -Drive belt checks (tbh, im just gonna replace it as I then know its been done... its not fraying or showing any signs but it hasnt been touched since I got it and I like knowing the history of my cars and when things were last changed) -Oil change -Oil, fuel,pollen and air filter -Transmission fluid -Brake fluid change I've looked at the service book and can't see anything else really. One question though, can't see information on replacing the timing belt... is the timing belt on the diesel accord a chain?? I have the impression that it is. Have I missed anything major out? Only thing that I am dubious about is the coolant change (only ever done this on petrols and don't know if its a different principle on diesels), and the fuel filter and pollen filter. I understand reading on here that changing the fuel filter is a rather dodgy thing to attempt on your own, and I need to find out where the pollen filter is located.