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I have 1997 blaze when I apply the brakes my abs activates and

Have hard time stoping need information for problem.

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  • Ron szarafinski May 11, 2010

    need more detailed info please, any ecent brake work done and what? please advise and i will help

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Is your pedal low, is it hard to push,Do you need shocks or tires? Try taking it to a brake shop, they often have free inspection or low price inspection

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