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Yaris auto 2007, 8000m. brakes lock up at random when parked. released by alternate forward/reverse. Toyota find "no fault". All brakes & linkages have been checked & cleaned - no better.

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You dont say front or rear,or wether parked outside or garaged,and is it the handbrake????

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