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What to look when buying 2004 TSX 150k miles

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I'm looking to buy a 2004 TSX with 150k miles. The car seems to be in great condition. Current owner seems to take care of this car and millage said to be 80% of highway. Light mods have been made like ajustable koni yellow with eibach coils. rear sway bar 22mm with polyuretane bushings, rear ingalls camber kit and front and ajustable skunk2 in the front.

It also says many new parts... and general pictures seem to proof that the car is very clean.

The high millage don't really bother me, I've owned old honda since almost 10 years with lots of mod. I've got very low knowledge of K series and maintenance issues.

My question is: What should I expect that need major repair in the next 3-4 years? and what should I look/ask for previous maintenance that could have been done?

From my previous experience with older car, I always focused on timing belt and clutch replacement, but on a TSX, I've got no clue! Any thoughts?
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Get a complete service history if possible. If not I would walk. Unless your planning on something to tinker with I would look into one w less miles and questions. A tsx nickle and dime'n parts and labor isn't cheap. At its age and with mechanics getting $900 (still makes me laugh a little bit) to change an alternator and even more for an AC problem it could possibly be a very expensive purchase fairly quickly.
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