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I got a 99 nissan sentra and when i use my braes the car pulls hard to the right and my brakes lock up. I have no idea what the problem is and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank You Trevor

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  • trevner Sep 10, 2009

    im more of a do it yourself type of guy and i am very mechanically inclined, i just dont know where to start looking for the problem.

  • trevner Sep 10, 2009

    ok thanks. im gonna start with bleeding the brakes and hopefully that is all thats wrong with it.

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The brakes may have air leak. They can be pressure tested. I do recommed bleeding all the brakes, make sure fluid is full, Make sure pads are worn evenly and one side not more than other side.

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Hey Trevor.. .have the brake system inspected. could mean your life.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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