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I have a 99 Honda Passport that after being driven for 30 minutes or so when stopped and releasing of the brake the rear end jerks and there is a loud noise but only at super low speed like at a drive thru or stop light....not during actual driving...any ideas brakes are not getting hot or wearing unusually

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Your brakes probably need to be adjusted or serviced

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