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Car is a 2001 Viggen, never winter driven, almost 50k miles. All original. Is servicing it a good idea (like, replacing its gasket), or is it better to leave it be and not touch it? Nothing wrong with it, just curious if I have the coolant out since I'll be replacing the thermostat proactively.
2001 9-3 Viggen Laser Red 5 door 44k miles
2000 9-3 SE Midnight Blue 5 door (Sold)
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