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I've done everything to my breaks on my 1991 toyota tercel includeing replaced the booster cylender, master cylender and blead the breaks countless times and all the breaks will do is slow you down they won't lock up

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Take it to a qualified mechanic.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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