I have an '06 Chrysler Sebring convertible with 170,000 miles on it that I am trying to keep dependably on the road as long as possible. What is the life of coolant hoses and belts, i.e., are there hoses and belts that should be replaced, as well as coolant, transmission fluid, etc?
I change my belts and hoses every 50k miles regardless of wear. Change my oil and plugs regularly and replace tranny and antifreeze every 4 oil changes. all that is not necessary but I have 138K miles on my 02 sebring and it still runs like the day I got it.
You are coming up on timing chain and water pump replacement. Every 90K. If either goes, engine is done for. Btw, synthetic oil is best if you are not already using it. Royal purple and others make a high mileage formula, takes the heat and eliminates sludge deposits. Great job with maintenance!
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