Just keep it in tune, and all your fluids fresh. Everyone changes their oil and coolant, but many forget about the diff, power steering, and auto trans fluid.
More often than not, symptoms will tell if you will have a problem. Fix it then. If you put it off, before you know it, it leaves you stranded.
As for the fuel pump, look for longer crank times while starting, and you may be able to hear it prime. Also, don't run the tank under 1/4. The gasoline in the tank acts as a coolant to the pump, so running your tank dry often will kill the pump. Once in a while is no bigee.
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