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Brakes need to see a pic of the rear brake assembly for a 89 buick century

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You can go to autozone.com and then register for full free online repair manual for your buick. They have all the diagams you could need. Do you have the drum or disc brake in your century? They made them with both.

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Noise in rear of 2003 Buick Century


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