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Rover Range Rover HSE 1996 brakes have locked on after being repaired for second time. Dics and pads replaced the after only a week system locked on. What is the cause and how do i fix the problem.

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Check the little hydrulic hoses that connect the brake cylinders to the steel lines. Those hoses can collapse on the inside and hold pressure to the brakes all the time. Replace those hoses.

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