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Why the center bearing keeps going bad

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I believe you have a poor connection somewhere.Check your connections

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SOURCE: Procedure to remove rear rotor for 1991 p30

THE PLATE THAT HOLDS THE PADS IN PLACE HAS TO BE REMOVED... 2 BOLTS BEHIND IT .. NEED LOTS OF MUSCLE REMOVIN.... USE PIPE ON END OF RATCHET FOR LEAVERAGE... USE LOCK TITE ON BOLTS WHEN REP. NONE ON UR 2 BOLTS CALIPER PLATE.GD LK, CHARLIE

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shim your starter

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This was about all I was able to find. Hope it helps in some ways....

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This was about all I was able to find. Hope it helps in some ways....

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