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Left front brake release`s very slow

I changed the caliper and the rubber brake hose. the calipers make a grooning noise when the release.

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IT could be that your both front brake hoses are collapsed. You can't tell by looking at them. You will need an assistant to step on the brake and then release it while you open the bleeder and see if there is pressure in the system. If so it is either your hoses or the master cylinder

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