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Dodge durango rear breaks are locking easy. Fronts look good, blead the fronts and they work good, the rears are clean no leaks.. just applying, and the rears lock.

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Well, first off Dakota and Durango are known for their over sized rear brakes, but does not usually cause them to lock up. My guess is, the master cylinder is faulty. They are relatively cheap and easy to replace, and would be the next logical step, if the brakes them selves look good.

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