Iridium plugs are due at 120,000 miles. Changing them at 100,000 miles is a good idea though.
Some waterpumps last nearly forever, and some leak after tens of thousands of miles. Only replace it and the thermostat if you have a problem with them.
You won't need to replace your fuel filter, probably ever. Don't worry, it won't clog.
60,000 Miles - 72 Months
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Replace engine oil and oil filter 1
Replace cabin air filter (if equipped)
Replace engine air filter Inspect the following:
Ball joints and dust covers
Brake lines and hoses
Brake linings/drums and brake pads/discs 4
Drive belts 5
Drive shaft boots
Engine coolant 3
Engine valve clearance
Exhaust pipes and mountings
Fuel lines and connections, fuel tank band and fuel tank vapor vent system hoses
Fuel tank cap gasket
Radiator, condenser and/or intercooler
Steering gear box
Steering linkage and boots
Transmission fluid or oil
Additional Maintenance Items for Special Operating Conditions:
Driving While Towing
Replace front differential oil
Replace transmission fluid or oil
Tighten nuts and bolts on chassis Driving in Desert or On Dirt Roads
Tighten nuts and bolts on chassis Applicable Footnotes:
1) Reset the oil replacement reminder (“MAINT REQD”) light after replacing engine oil, if vehicle is equipped with this light.
3) See Maintenance Definitions (Engine Coolant) for details.
4) Inspect thickness measurement and disc runout.
5) Initial inspection at 60,000 miles/72 months. Inspect every 15,000 miles/18 months thereafter.