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RIGHT REAR DISC BRAKES VIBRARATE - 1988 Buick Regal

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Three possibilities
1 Disk to thin/worn unevenly causing harmonics problem in disk resulting in vibration.
Replace Disk
2 Wheel hub slightly loose immitating disk vibration problem
Tighten/replace faulty hub
3 Slide pins for caliper siezed with rust causing uneven grip application/loss between pads and rotor.
Clean and Lubricate

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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