Monthly Archives: September 2013

If It Wasnt for Bad Luck, This Guy Wouldn’t Have Any

So this week I was stuck in the office for 2 whole days for mandatory new software training. I would have much rather been driving the TSX. But early in the week I did get out and see some things. … Continue reading

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The Territory & The Three Amigos

I cover about a third of the state for my inspections which is how I end up putting so many miles on the TSX. This is a county map of Idaho and the red is the area I cover for … Continue reading

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Years of Effort and Money down the drain

This week was pretty much run of the mill. So I’m going to share something I saw a couple months ago. I was sent to Cascade, ID to look at a Suburban that had rolled over on one of the … Continue reading

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The Repo and the Washbowl

This Wednesday I had to drive out to Burley, ID to look at a repo that had been hit down the right side pretty hard. Then the owner, not having insurance, decided to just let the bank have it back. … Continue reading

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Kia and the “Almost Right” oil filter

This is just a quick post for anyone that may have friends or family that drive newer Kias. Especially the 2010 Souls. Apparently, the aftermarket oil filters (several that are available) thread pattern isn’t quite exact. ThisĀ  2010 Kia Soul … Continue reading

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Death of an AC Compressor

So this week I hit 375,000 miles and was time for another oil change. I was scheduled for Tuesday at Lyle Pearson Acura. I missed my appointment in the morning, but they made room for me in the afternoon despite … Continue reading

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Indian Giver Makes Good

As you’ve read before, the TSX was originally a wedding gift for the wifey. She had it the first year, and then I kinda stole it back. Since then, I’ve promised I’d one day make it right & replace the … Continue reading

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