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When making turns car skids and locks up momentarily sometimes

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One of the front calipers is seized. You can take it apart and overhaul, but usually a new one is worth it, BUT you should replace both sides as it could happen to the other one.

Please don't drive the car anymore until it is fixed. Hope this helps, stay safe.

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