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Abs brakes locking up

What would cause the brakes on a 95 nissan pathfinder to all of a sudden lock up all 4 wheels , sat for a day drove it about 3 1/2 miles and it locked up again

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Check the mastercylinder...if the fluid is contaminated it can cause the brakes to stick on

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

  • Russell Bailey Jan 28, 2009

    let me know what you do find as the reason



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