Yep, your right, they had 20 good years and yes they took a major loss, my wife & I are in real estate so I am no dummy as to a buyer or sellers market and grandpa was just glad to have the years in Yuma? BUT still at the end of the day the depressed market bites into the future
Money needed for future care of grandma. But they loved the years they had in Yuma.
Well, my in laws just sold their snowbird home in Yuma at a major loss, lots of properties for sale there, it's definitely a buyers market. My in laws hated to sell but at the ages of 83 & 79 with one of them in the early stages of Dementia it was time. They had 20 Great Years going to Yuma every winter and made many friends. It's sad to see that the snowbird population is migrating a different direction. Their home was in the Foothills area. They started with a 36ft 5th wheel and ended with a double wide park model. Helping them get their place ready and listed was a very hard thing to do. You could see that they were very saddened to end this part of their life and move on to a new part of life with uncertainty of what's to come. They have a great family of children & grandchildren who love them and will give them the support they need, most of all they have God on their side as well.
Please pray for them and pray for Grandma & strength for Grampa
Good to hear, if mine starts to stumble again we'll check all the connections and hit them with WD40 too, But this time like I mentioned the dealer checked all electrical connections and Harnesses and the #3 still failed and then I took the injector to the diesel shop that actually installed it and they put it on their tester and the electrical solenoid was dead so it was actually the injector this time. Good travels to you
OK, I have a 2006 5.9 and had the very same problems, No check engine light either, took it to dealer and they put in on the computer and discovered the #3 injector was misfiring (why no check engine is beyond me) dealers price for an injector was $702.00 just for the part so before I gave the dealer the go ahead I checked a local diesel/Turbo shop that has a great reputation so I took it to them and their computer showed the same thing. Their price was $350.00 for the very same injector that the dealer has (Bosch) so I bit the bullit and not only had that injector replaced but had them all replaced and new fuel tubes and had the valves adjusted too. Yes the bill was steep but after that it ran great. Then 16 months later the very same injector failed (this time it gave a check engine light), took it to the dealer and their computer verified that. I mentioned to the service manager that was the same injector that went bad the first time so he checked all electrical and harnesses and still the computer showed #3 failing, I had them pull the injector and I took it to the diesel shop that put it in 16 months earlier and they put it on their tester and found the electronic solenoid on top of the injector went bad so they gave me a new one at their cost since it was barley out of warranty and I took it back to dealer and they installed it and I am up and running. With all that said its probably a bad injector, don't waste money guessing and installing parts just let the dealer put it on their computer. But still not sure why the very same injector went out in 30 thousand miles after being replaced. Original lasted 140,000 miles. well we will just have to wait and see if it does it again.