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I'm not positive, but it looks like a vent actuator. In most older vehicles there were manual vents down in the foot well area of the passenger cabin. You'd have to reach down to actuate it by pulling/pushing a knob. Since Buick's were a little more on the "high end" of the car food chain, they would have such controls at easier access to the driver ...


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There is no way, to my way of thinking, this could be the bearings in the engine. There is absolutely no way you could get any type of penetrating oil into the bearing area of the engine using any type of spray means. These areas are sealed against outside contamination by means of a seal and oil pressure (meaning, if the seal starts to fail, you'd see oil ...


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It possible that could be air still in the system. In general if it's air you should be able to pump the pedal and have it come up and be firm and hold that level. Air compresses while the brake fluid does not. If you allowed the fluid level in the master cylinder to drop to the point it could draw air in you may have air trapped in the ABS unit. ...



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