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  1. THE REATTA LOUNGE 1 2 3 4 21

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  2. Post Your Favorite Buick Reatta Videos 1 2 3

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  3. reinstalling the accumulator unit

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  4. 1988 with instrumentation issues

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  5. 1991 Value

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  6. 1989 REATTA PASSENGER SIDE POWER WINDOW REGULATOR

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  7. Original Owners ???

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  8. Body Fuse Burning Out

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  9. '90 Subframe Bushings

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  10. What did you do with your Reatta today. 1 2 3 4 50

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  11. Headlight motor rebuild

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  • Recent Posts

    • fun car guy
      Thanks Ronnie, no I didn't see your previous message on this subject so now I understand why the two thick rubber washers are there and the unit can move a little but is stabilized by the metal brake line.  Apparently I have it right so I'll continue to put everything together and get ready to bleed the system.  Thanks again!
    • Ronnie
      Did you get the reply to your email it sent you on 9/11/22? I think it answers your question but if you have more questions feel free to ask..    
    • fun car guy
      So I had to drill out, tap and install a coil to repair the stripped out threads where the unit bolts to the master but with the two thick rubber washers, one each end, I've been successful in tightening the bolt but the unit still rocks bath and fourth.  Could it be that only the brake line secures it?  Please advise.
    • DAVES89
      I don't think it is the CRT but I made an offer on Ebay for one. In the last two months two of them went for less then $40.00. He wants $74.00 plus freight. I offered $40.00 plus freight. See what happens...
    • Padgett
      When have A Lot, the Kent Moore CRT Tester J34914 can be found for $50 if patient.
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