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Repair manual i just put brand new calapors on both sides in the front because the brakes where sticking now they are sticking again with the new calapors on there

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  • mark johnson Apr 30, 2013

    found the problem brake hose collasped

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You might be able to find repair information in a service manual at your local library. Some auto parts dealers have repair manuals available as well

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