In what order should I perform all these maintenance steps?
So My Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7 4WD has 125,000 miles (195,000km) and I've bought it at 165,000 km with not much info on previous maintenance but in very good condition. I've just had a transmission oil change done at the dealership, changed the back sway bark links with Moog ones and added a Moog front upper right control arm.
Now I have all this maintenance to do and want to spend around 300 every 2 weeks.. In what order would you perform them? Maybe I can save some costs on labor if done in a specific order?
1- Front & Rear Differential Fluid Change
2- Replace PCV Valve
3- Change the Serpentine Belt (Accessory drive belt (s)
4- Change/Clean the EGR Valve
5- Change/Cleane the IAC Valce
6- Brake fluid flush
7- Power steering fluid flush
8- Replace Iginition Coils?
9- Replace Cabin Filter
10- Replace TPS Sensor?
11- Replace MAP Sensor?
12- Inspect the CV Joints
13- Replace Tie Rod Ends and/or Boot Seals?
14- Replace Shocks/Struts/Springs
15- Add MagnaflowCaback Exhaust System (Complete, does it include the catalytic converter?)
16- Change Front Sway Bar Bushings
17- Change Front Sway Bar Links
18- Add Michelin LTX A/S2 Tires
19- Add Power Stop Rotor Discs
20- Add Wagner Thermo Quiet Brake Pads
21- Change Calipers?
22- Paint Calipers Red with White on Jeep, or Plastic Brembo?
23- Fix Mirror/Dashboard Annoying Noises
What else would you change/replace/clean/upgrade on a Jeep with 125,000 miles, I'd like to keep it another 10 years. Thank you.