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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

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