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Brakes jumps when trying to stop

2008 Mitsubishi endeavor. When the roads are wet and slippery truck will not brake properly, gets jumpy and slides when I try to stop. Has New rotors and pads. Brakes grab and trucks doesn't want to stop.

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Your truck has ABS brake system and it will work like that

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