I have 107k miles on my '05 MT. Here's the preventative maintenance I've done in the last year, in honor of it hitting 6 figures ( I only do about 7-8k/yr because my summer ride has two less wheels
- Trans/front diff oil changed
- Rear diff
- Brake fluid flushed
- Power steering flushed
- Timing belt
- Accessory belts
- Checked accessory.timing belt pulleys and replace on that had rough bearings, rest are ok
- (oil changes every 5k, full synthetic)
- Replaced one fault injector. Coil and remaining injectors tested ok.
- IAM is 1.000, the a/f ratios in learningview are all <4. The LV knock correction table is 0s across the board.
- Running Infamous custom tune with an all stock engine.
- Brakes are Hawk HPS pads/rotors, 50% worn all round when checked last week by a garage.
- It has no fluid leaks of any kind. Pulls VERY strong - is actually faster than my buddy's 2011 LGT
Am I missing anything really obvious? Obviously after spending $650 on the timing belt I have made the decision that this car is a long-term keeper for me.
So, given that, are there any PM items that I reall need to be doing for a car it this age that will help keep it running for another 100k?