Question about Toyota MR2
You problem is a caliper, replace it, or try to free the lever were the cable is attached, with a hammer hit it gently until it moves the change the direction, then go back to the original direction until you create a good lever travel then stick a tube and move it left and right until is nice and soft, during the hole process spray dw40.
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