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I have an 05' Corrolla.problem is sometimes feels like I am driving with the brakes on.Went into a grocery store today when I came out the car would barely move and was like the brakes were on.Engaged and disengaged the EM brake a few times to make sure was not on but still was barely able to move the carand had plenty of brake fluid.Luckily Toyota dealership was next door.Car sat for about 10-15 mins.technician came back in and said there was nothing wrong and car drives fine.This is the 2nd time this has happened to me.Car only has 33,000 on it

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Ive run into this problem a couple of times, one had a master cylinder that would sometimes keep rear brakes on a and another with a bad brake caliper. next time it happens jack car up and try to spin wheels by hand, youll find your probelm.

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