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Brake problem car feals like its holding back more and more each time i drive it, almost feals like emergencie brakes are on. Also loud clicking like thumping noise coming from the bottom of the front axle

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You probly have a brack clapitior that is stuck holding the brake at all times just do a basic brake tune up and you will locate the bad calapitior and replace it and this will fix your problem

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