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My 1999 landcruiser brakes stick after i have come to a stop

The brakes are sticky at slow speeds and as i come to a full stop. they don't release easily after i have stopped, i have to tap the accelerator to get them to release so i can go.

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You need to have a brake maint. and fluid exchange. All the metel contacts need to be lubed and the fluid replaced. If the prob. persist, it's a fluid flow problem caused by a bad part,(i.e. porportioning valve,master cylender,ect.) Start with the least expensive things first. Fluid and maint. Sears has a good maint. and fluid exchange service. $50.00 or so.

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Change your brake fluid

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