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A lack of proper lubrication for your internal engine components can result in intense friction and heat and lead to total engine failure. The places where the most rotary movement occurs in your engine are where the crankshaft spins through the main bore, and that is why your Toyota Celica main bearings are installed there. These main bearings are made from a composite metal called Babbitt (iron, zinc, copper, aluminum, and more), which is just slightly softer than the forged or cast crankshaft and the main caps in your Toyota Celica. Most bearings are cast with lubrication channels, so very little friction is created around the engine main bearings and they will last the life of the vehicle.
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