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« on: February 03, 2012, 03:03:03 PM »

Didn't realize its been so long since I've been on here.  I only have access at work and for some reason my computer wasn't letting me jump on here......until now.  Still have the tek.  126K and running strong.  Need to get a couple new tires but that's about it.  Concentrating on getting the GTA ready for show and cruise night season and still working on the daughter's TGP.  Only thing inherited would have been a 94 GP SE for the boy that has been the best $350 spent......well $1K once you figure in new tires, plugs, A/C compressor, serp belt, cat conv, and some exhaust pipe to replace the bad section.  It had 120K on it and it's been the perfect first car for the son.  Hope all is well for everyone here.  I should be on here more now that I'm allowed too lol.
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2004 Blue Aztek (Blue Bobcat) 204K and counting
1991 Bright Red Trans Am GTA 41K miles as of 09/15..... 1st place at 09 & 14 Trans Am Nationals (Light Modified 82-92 class)
2006 Onyx Black GMC Sierra Denali (Wife's ride)
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« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2012, 11:26:16 AM »

Hello (again Smiley) GTABill!
Great update - glad to hear the Aztek is going still, and you can post again.

Take care and Keep on Tekkin' :mellow:
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« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2012, 10:27:34 AM »

Thank you much and I tek everywhere that I can and as much as I can Grin
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2004 Blue Aztek (Blue Bobcat) 204K and counting
1991 Bright Red Trans Am GTA 41K miles as of 09/15..... 1st place at 09 & 14 Trans Am Nationals (Light Modified 82-92 class)
2006 Onyx Black GMC Sierra Denali (Wife's ride)
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« Reply #3 on: June 26, 2013, 08:24:17 AM »

I guess I need to make this more than a yearly post lol.  Well, what has happened since then....hmmmmm.  For starters, the Tek now has 153K and still runs great.  Every now and then I get a little slip in first gear, but it's very intermittent so I just keep an eye on it and baby it off the line.  The lower control arm bushings are fading quickly, so that'll be something to change this year.  The steering box is starting to leak as is the lower intake manifold, but other than that, still been a fantastic vehicle.

We did lose a vehicle and gain one.  The son's 94 GP got rear ended and the insurance was very generous, so we ended up picking up another 1990 McClaren TGP, which makes two in our driveway now.....a black one for the daughter (which still isn't running BTW) and a red one for the son.  His has been modded quite a bit and is kind of a screamer but he's taking very good care of it so far.  Plus, he graduated high school this past may and is going to school in the fall to become an auto tech.

Other than that, all is quiet on our homefront in the Show Me State.  I am gonna try to check in here more as I forsee I will have "Tek" questions in the near future.  Hope all is well with everyone here.
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2004 Blue Aztek (Blue Bobcat) 204K and counting
1991 Bright Red Trans Am GTA 41K miles as of 09/15..... 1st place at 09 & 14 Trans Am Nationals (Light Modified 82-92 class)
2006 Onyx Black GMC Sierra Denali (Wife's ride)
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« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2016, 09:39:13 AM »

WOW it looks like its been two years since I last posted anything??  My the time it does fly.  I am happy to say though that the Tek is still alive and kicking.  Just turned 204,000 miles and other than the ongoing occasional transmission issue, its doing well.  I put a little over half a bottle of LUCAS transmission fix and that pretty much took care of the issue.  Also a little surface rust starting in a couple of hidden areas as well but nothing that can't be nipped in the bud.  Fortunately, the only major repair since the last posting was an alternator replacement, LCAs with new ball joints, front hubs, and new 180 thermostat.  Still have been very fortunate that I haven't had to deal with the LIM (the leak mentioned before hasn't gotten worse) or the other common issues I've seen in some of the threads.  It fires right up and its become our back and forth to work vehicle until we get a new DD.  Then it will become a hot rod project (think Grand Prix GXP).  It needs a thorough cleaning inside and out, but still shines up pretty good and no major wear in the interior.  My one nuisance would be the blend door issue as it only blows heat on the vent setting and no other. Kinda hard to defrost windows when its cold lol.  Getting ready to do a full blown detail on it this weekend.  If I can remember, I will snap some pics when its done. 
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2004 Blue Aztek (Blue Bobcat) 204K and counting
1991 Bright Red Trans Am GTA 41K miles as of 09/15..... 1st place at 09 & 14 Trans Am Nationals (Light Modified 82-92 class)
2006 Onyx Black GMC Sierra Denali (Wife's ride)
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