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I was driving my ford fiesta 58 reg car i tried to brake but heard a metal clunking noise and the brakes hit the floor an d wouldnt work i hit a wall .after this happened the brakes started working again, i have been told that there could of been an airlock in the brakes and it was released with the impact of smash is this possible or could there be another reason it happened

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Could have been air check your brake fluid level and the pads and rotors

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