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Check to see if you have fluid.....if not check around the rear caliper for wetness. if it's dry then you might have been too low on fluid. when pads wear out the level drops in your reservoir, too low and it can **** air causing soft to no braking response. Replace your brake pads and bleed and top of you brake. while at it check the front pads and how long has it been since the fluid has been flushed?? should do this once a year.

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