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Classic 1964-1978 Ford Mustangs
1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers

Where might there be oil inside the cap and rotor?

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2006-04-20 18:00:21
2006-04-20 18:00:21

I have never heard of this - I don't think that there should ever be oil inside the cap and rotor of any car. If you have oil in the cap or rotor you probably have yourself a messed up situation requiring it necessary to replace both the cap and the rotor.

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