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Very bad brake . Front working better than rear. When I hit brake pedal rear side of the car goes up and doesnt stop good. I already ghenged master cilinder, brake pads and rotors. Could you please help me to solve my car's problem.Thanks!!!

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The age or cleanlyness of your fluid, might have a blockage in the line or perportioning valve, or a calapsed line

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