I’m new here, like I listen to the old podcasts of CarTalk, which I love. It also got I’m me interested in doing my own car maintenance but slowly over time like changing the cabin and engine filters, and small stuff like replacing brake lights and etc.
I have a 2013 Honda Civic LX, with a little over 54k miles. It runs fine, I came to the Honda dealer and they said along with the oil change, which I originally came to do, I need to do a brake replacement/brake flush (which I figured I need to do because the brakes started screeching a little this past week) but they mentioned I need to do a transmission flush immediately. I was curious how important I do that at 54k miles. I declined the service and said I’ll come back to do it later.
I know very minimal about car maintenance so I’m open to any and all suggestions about things I should be able to do on my own.