I have a 2003 Impala with a little over 125,000 on it. I got the car back in Dec of 2014. Since getting it I have had the back brakes replaced, and had the tie rods/ball joints and rack/pinion replaced/fixed. I am wanting to do some “general” age related work done on the car over the winter. Below is a list of the things I thought given the age of the car and not knowing last time these issues were addressed I might want to have done on the car. My question is all have been checked and none are in the “danger” mode but given age of car and mileage figure better to have done before it goes bad then waiting.
Option 1: Replace all Belts/Hoses
Option 2. Drain and replace Antifreeze
Option 3: Begin replace of tires
Those are the top 3, of those what order should they be in and am I missing possibly anything? Brakes are good as I replaced rear back this summer and new were put on front just prior to me buying the car by the dealership. Overall car runs great outside of the stupid security issue from time to time.