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This problem is caused by the 4 wheel active (needs no input from driver to apply brakes) anti-lock brake hydraulic controller has a leaking high pressure poppet valve to that wheel, u will need to replace the control valve, they sell rebuilt units. This is a fairly common problem on active ABS systems with traction control.

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