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My car is citroen xara vts my brake feels very tight and my car get trouble to move.its feels like the brakes are titning up,i leave it for a bit and the brakes gos fine

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The servo might need adjustment, when it is tight loosen the 2 nuts holding the master cylender on to the servo, if this sorts it out then take the nust off pull the cylender to one side and look inside, in the centre ther is a round topped bolt sticking out, there is a locknut under the head, loosen the locknut and wind the head in a turn or 2, do up the locknut and re assemble. At this time change the brake fluid, it only lasts 2 years, use DOT4, it absorbs less water than the reccomended DOT3 and hardly costs much more.

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