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Just changed the front brakes on my 1999 dodge durango and it ranok for about 2 days then it started making a small growling noise from the area and then the pedal will get all stiff and go down a little and then act like it kicks back still stops with difficulty and acts like only 1/2 the brake system is working

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Yes it sounds like either air in the braking system, or the brake servo is not building up pressure as it should

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