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Please help My van make a noise and shakes sometimes when it goets over 50mph. I just had it serviced and almost all of the brake fluid was gone. The coolant cap was also cracked and needs to be replaced. What is going on with my van and what needs to be fixed. Thanks, Cozy

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Have the tires checked and balanced .check to make sure that your tires are good condition and the plies that made the tires are not seperating. this happens on some tires that have been on the car for a while. The brake system is a sealed system so either your brakes are low or you have a leak in the system

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