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    What should I do at 110k miles?

    Coming up on 110k miles and have a few items of scheduled and preventative maintenance planned. Interested in people's opinions on anything else I should do while I'm in there.

    Already planned:
    - Engine oil & filter
    - MT fluid
    - Diff fluid
    - Cabin air filters
    - Spark plugs
    - Oil separators
    - PCV & hose (might chicken out based on what I've read)

    Done recently enough:
    - Engine air filter
    - Rod bearings & engine mounts
    - TAs
    - Thermostat, water pump, etc.
    - Belts & pulleys
    - VCGs
    - Upstream O2 sensors

    Currently have no codes, and no apparent functional issues other than some wear-and-tear that isn't urgent to address (driveshaft "tink", gear rattle, aging dampers, etc.).

    Any thoughts?
    2008 M3 Sedan
    6MT, slicktop, no iDrive, 18s

    OE intake | OE exhaust | OE tune | OE suspension | OE brakes | OE rod bearings | OE wheels | Kenwood head unit 😬

    #2
    Power steering fluid
    coolant
    idlers

    ... I replace every bushings/bearing/ball joint/drive train mount on my cars at 100,000 mile intervals to keep them driving like new...

    Once you start tracking it, you may find it's radiator time (as they get clogged up over time and become less efficient)

    2005 IR/IR M3 Coupe
    2004 JR/Black M3 Wagon
    2001 LMB/Black M5 Sedan
    2017 i3 Hatchback

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      #3
      Idlers and coolant are recent enough. PSF is a good one though. Reservoir is cheap. Thanks!
      2008 M3 Sedan
      6MT, slicktop, no iDrive, 18s

      OE intake | OE exhaust | OE tune | OE suspension | OE brakes | OE rod bearings | OE wheels | Kenwood head unit 😬

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        #4
        probably time for suspension don't you think?

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          #5
          Originally posted by SYT_Shadow View Post
          probably time for suspension don't you think?
          Yep. In the works.
          2008 M3 Sedan
          6MT, slicktop, no iDrive, 18s

          OE intake | OE exhaust | OE tune | OE suspension | OE brakes | OE rod bearings | OE wheels | Kenwood head unit 😬

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            #6
            Front control arms if they haven't been done by now. They dont last much past 100

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