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Brakes will drag on passenger front and I am losing brake fluid slowly

My 1997 chrysler sebring coupes brake on the passenger front will drag or lock up ocassiona;y. I can loet it coo; and most of the time it unsticks. Also am losing fluid in my reservoir.

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Sounds like your piston for your caliper is shot. leaking around seal onto brake pad and or ground. remove passenger tire look behind disc that is the one that will be glazed. look for wet around metal should be dry if looks like it was recently sprayed with some kinda oil its leaking. you need to replace caliper.

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