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2000 durango brake problem

2000 Durango;brake problem, low speeds brakes are fine, above 45 mph brakes don't work well, worse when raining, fluid,pads are good, no lights, 107,000 miles.

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The pads are most likely glazed, and therefore aren't working well. Regardless of how much life they have left, replace them and your braking issues are likely to go away.

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