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Toyota Connecting Rod Bearing

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Operating a vehicle with a faulty Connecting Rod Bearing is a bad idea.

For anyone who's not terribly familiar with engine internals, the engine in your Toyota has thin metal sleeves that act as a buffer between its connecting rods and crankshaft: the connecting rod bearings. Their job is to assist in the rotation of the rods and shaft, and they are made of a special amalgam of soft metals called Babbitt so that each turn of the crank and rods doesn't wear them down. Connecting rod bearings will eventually break down if your engine is not lubricated properly, so don't forget to service your Toyota as needed.

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