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  1. Purchased a 2006 TSX from a Salvage Yard (Flood)

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    If you are ex-military or live in Bexar county then you can join USAA. They are not always the cheapest, but have excellent customer service. Then after a few years you start getting dividends back. I just got $350 and since I have been with them for over 40 years, will get more back in January...
  2. Purchased a 2006 TSX from a Salvage Yard (Flood)

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    If you want to check for salvage cars, and other salvage stuff, in your are check COPART.COM .
  3. The (apparently) dreaded VSA

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    That is just the self test.
  4. The (apparently) dreaded VSA

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    I had to change the control module to fix my YSA light. Found a new one is $1,700!! Didn't want a used one from ebay. Found carpartsource.com that had rebuilt ones. They had different prices depending on year and auto or manual trans. Also included free shipping and tax plus one year wty. My...
  5. Purchased a 2006 TSX from a Salvage Yard (Flood)

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    By the way the $4,100 includes changing all the liquids, filters, polish, wax, and replaced the brake pads for all 4 wheels.
  6. Purchased a 2006 TSX from a Salvage Yard (Flood)

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    Anyone concerned about FLOOD damage with fresh water as long as it doesn't get inside the interior or in the engine or trans you are OK. Cars are made to drive in heavy rain, so the outside is designed to handle water.
  7. Purchased a 2006 TSX from a Salvage Yard (Flood)

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    I think the owner convinced their insurance company to total this car because of a YSA problem and not because of any flood. There were many undamaged papers in the car like the Owner's Manuals and a proof f insurance that had 5 cars listed (some top models). So they were able to convince the...
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