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While braking , the brakes feels realeasing and clamping until a complete stop, tested it on multiple speeds and does the same

When it does that it feels shaking inside and the pedal feels as if 1 sec iam breaking and the other releasing although i am still applying pressure and it keeps doing that till a complete stop

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Hello, It sounds as though you might have a warped break drum or rotor. If it isn't too badly warped, you might be able to have it turned on a brake lathe. Otherwise you might need a new one.

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