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My brakes "grab & let go, grab & let go" really bad when I go from park to drive and take off. They do this for a couple of seconds and then let go and I can drive normally. It only does this when I first take off!

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Not knowing ur car- Check ur brake fluid resuvior 4 proper level & the rubber diaphram 4 cracks/holes

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