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It popped on the front end and my brake lights and battery lights came on

I dont have any brakes now

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SOURCE: front brakes dont seem to be working properley.

When was the last time the brake fluid was flushed? Spongy/unresponsive brakes can sometimes be due to moisture/air in the brake lines. You can take the wheel off and get someone to push the brake peddle and see if the brake caliper is moving at all. If it is moving, but not enough to stop the wheel, I'd recommend flushing the brake fluid. If the caliper is not moving at all, it could be the caliper itself (but its very unlikely that both would go bad at the same time)

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My brake light and battery lights are on in my dashboard. I had my battery recharged and my alternator checked. The store manager said that the alternator was fine but we still can't figure out why these lights come on and when my car gets turned off it won't crank back up until it has cooled off. IOf anyone has any idesas please help me.

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