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Brakes do not completely release at times,

Brakes do not release completely when driving and you have to apply brakes . does this sometimes. also when it has been stopped brakes do not release all the way when you start to drive. only sometimes. what is the problem? no one can tell me whats wrong.

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Might be bad brake lines if front (the rubber ones). When they get old they collapse when you apply the brakes and they won't let the brake fluid go back to the master cylinder until the pop back open.

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  • polkadice Jun 24, 2009

    Might be bad brake lines if front (the rubber ones). When they get old they collapse when you apply the brakes and they won't let the brake fluid go back to the master cylinder until the pop back open.

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