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Check/replace brakes if needed But, if you had those brakes replace recently, take the car back to the shop that did it and tell them what's wrong and that you demand they fix it. But, before you do al of that, check your brake fluid level.
If your brake fluid is full then you my need to bleed your brakes or replace ABS sensors on your disk brakes which isn't easy or cheap