wow i hope you're not referring to a film SLR... cos it would mean you've shot over 2700 rolls of film. :what:
if it's digital, i hear that the shutter life is much more robust than that. 100,000 is just a guide number. and your CCD/CMOS is more likely to die on you than the shutter (i think). but to answer your question, if the shutter dies on you, just bring to service center for a replacement. it would have served you faithfully by that time.