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Replacing brake booster on 1992 buick park avenue, how ro remove?

Where are the bolts located under the dash to get the booster out, or do we need to break the booster in half? How the hell do you get the old booster out?

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Turn signals on my 1992 Park Avenue blinked slower and now donot work at all. My emergency flashers work fine and all blink but I have no turn signals and nothing lights up when signal is left or righ


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1992 Buick Park Avenue - BRAKES


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Need to replace brake power booster on 1992 buick limited with AB


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Replace front wheel hub on 1992 Buick Park Avenue


1. Remover wheel
2. Remove brake caliper
3. Remover rotor
4. Remove 35mm Castle Nut
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Engine looses power when brake is pressed


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