Couple questions on PPI results
Just got the PPI details back on a car I'm considering and wanted some unbiased opinions.
Owner stated the clutch was replaced 12k ago but the PPI results show it's 75% worn meaning replacement is likely in the near future. Car is in a major metro with bad traffic so I'm guessing the high clutch wear is due to regular stop and go and hill usage. I'll be adjusting my offer accordingly as this will mean a first year maintenance cost of at least 5 to 7 thousand dollars at minimum.
TPMS sensors were throwing an alert, but the tech couldn't state definitively whether this was in individual sensor or the control unit. While the cost for this type of repair doesn't worry me much I'm not sure if I should infer from this that regular maintenance may have been lacking.
The only other issue that concerns me is a minor seepage around what I believe is the F1 hydraulic actuator unit. Picture of the leak is attached, seems minor, and didn't seem to concern the service manager too much. My bigger fear is whether this could be indicative of a more serious failure as the price tag on the F1 actuator assembly is difficult to clearly enunciate while simultaneously hyperventilating and crying...
On a more positive note, the car's interior and underbody look great for the mileage and the options list is almost perfect for me. I've made an offer given the condition but I'm still trying to wrap my head around the risk with the leak near the F1 assembly. Any input or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,