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I hit 200k recently too, bought used at 63k. As part of my 200k preventative maintenance I replaced the radiator(original), upper and lower radiator insulators, radiator cap, both radiator hoses, thermostat, coolant, transmission filter, flushed 14 quarts of transmission fluid through the radiator connection, replaced both low and high beam bulbs(probably original), turn signal bulbs(original), rear brake shoes(original), and restored the headlight housings due to hazing. Also got a new spare tire and wheel. Then promptly went on a 1,400 mile road trip and it ran like a champ. On to 300k!
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I hit 200k recently too, bought used at 63k. As part of my 200k preventative maintenance I replaced the radiator(original), upper and lower radiator insulators, radiator cap, both radiator hoses, thermostat, coolant, transmission filter, flushed 14 quarts of transmission fluid through the radiator connection, replaced both low and high beam bulbs(probably original), turn signal bulbs(original), rear brake shoes(original), and restored the headlight housings due to hazing. Also got a new spare tire and wheel. Then promptly went on a 1,400 mile road trip and it ran like a champ. On to 300k!
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Was the plastic water inlet tube in good shape? Thats the tube that houses the thermostat. Are you on original drums also?
 

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Was the plastic water inlet tube in good shape? Thats the tube that houses the thermostat. Are you on original drums also?
I'm guessing they switched the tube to aluminium for the 2007 model, that's what I have. I am still on the original drums.
 

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Was the plastic water inlet tube in good shape? Thats the tube that houses the thermostat. Are you on original drums also?
I had the water tube under the intake manifold leaking, it shorted out one of the anti-knock sensor. So I took that all apart, cleaned all of the intake tubes, replaced all of the gasket I could, like valve covers and such. Then I cut the little plastic piece in front of the air scoop to allow colder air to inter the air duct, LOL
 

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There was a very small leak from my housing and I took care of it. Luckily it wasn't bad enough to short the sensors.
 
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