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Front brakes sticking mercedes ml320 1998

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Your car is still under covered for 3 year warranty, is it not? Anyway, the cylinders inside the caliper needs to be cleaned out. At this time, the brake fluid needs to be flushed out. This is not a wear and tear and the dealer should not charge you as in case of brake pads...Cheers.

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