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Master cylinder or imploded front brake hoses OR porportioning valve OR rusted wheel cylinders....hope this helps.

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1993 toyota camry v6 bucking in gear


you may have a broken motor mount-start the car,hold on the brake peddle and have another person watch the motor-shift it into drive then into reverse- do this several times and see if the motor moves around alot-i e twisting -Denny

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I have a 96 cadillac seville sls. I cannot figure out how to release the parking brake. HELP !!!


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I need to know the location for the parking brake release lever


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How to change a third brake light bulb for 1993 Toyota Camry?


open the trunk and look up along the top of the bumper and you should see two screws / nuts that secure the light assembly.

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Don"t know the timing


check ignition timing with transmission in neutral with parking brake applied .
base timing is 10 degrees @ 800 rpm , with jumper wire installed between data link connector terminals TE1 and E1 .
advance timing is 8 degrees @ 800 rpm , with jumper wire removed from data link connector .

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