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95 gmc 1500 Why do my front breaks sticky after i let off the pedel

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Replace the front brake hoses on both sides...they are a wire mesh inside the rubber and they deteriate after time and only let fluid go one way and wont let caliper release properly....good luick...Lee

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check fuses.check wiring underneat rear for broken wires, taillights are notorious for corrosion.

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the hard pedal and air leak sound indicates you have a fault in your vacuum booster. to me the booster itself sounds bad but the booster is powered by a large diameter vacuum hose, make sure it has no leaks at either end, and it connects to a one-way valve at the booster end and those valves can go bad. you have to separate the master cylinder from the booster, unbolt the booster from the inside and disconnect the brake pedal arm.

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hows your drums and front rotors if worn will be soft

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