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Only 2 breaks w ork one front one back

Only 2 breaks w ork one front one back

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Front brake problems can be sticky/seized caliper pistons due to fact thatbrake fluid absorbes water which causes the rusting ,thats why the brake fluid must be changed at major servicings
,rear brakes drum type ,the brake shoe expanders can and do seizeup shoes worn out. drums groved due to the shoe rivets rubbing.air in braking system

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