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Your problem is on the left side of the car. your brake caliper is not working properly on the left side. What I would do is replace the brake caliper and the rubber hose that attaches to the caliper. The reason I would replace the hose is because over the years they break down internally and the rubber inside gets soggy and prevents the caliper from releasing properly. Hope this helps leave a comment.

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