2001 Spyder GT. Koni adjustable shocks. cold air intake, ST sway bar.17X8.5 rims. LED headlights.
I live in a very hot climate, which might contribute to the failures. But at 143k my clutch is original. I did the timing belt, water pump, and all the accessory belts shortly after I retired in 2008. The car does not get a lot of use. I have also resealed the upper part of the engine [valve covers, spark plug tubes], installed most of the emission controls new.I'm at 94K with the original solenoid, so your experience is making me paranoid enough to consider replacing mine BEFORE it goes bad.
I'm also on the original clutch and timing belt, alternator and starter, but have new ones of each just waiting for me to get motivated when this heatwave ends.