Question about GMC Envoy
Sounds like you have a brake problem. Pull the tire off and see if there is brake fluid on the rotors,shoes , pads (which ever item is applicable) if so trace the leak probably a caliper or wheel cylinder( which ever is applicable). Check brake lines and hoses for,bends cuts and swelling. Whatever you replace do the same on the opposite side. Good luck
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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