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2004 Dodge 2500 diesel 4 x 4 (BRAKES LOCKING UP WHEN TEMP. REACHES NORMAL)

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Need to check for codes. Need a scanner hooked up and test drive to be able to see what happening. Hopefully someone did not add the wrong fluid because this could contaminate and destroy all rubber parts in the brake system and cause swelling issues.

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