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I have a 1993 Mazda 4 wheel drive and the brakes are hanging up do you think it is the master?

I have taken the wheels off and all 4 seem to be hanging up with pressure

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My guess is the servo is not functioning properly, hence its holding the brake pressure after you release the pedal. Look in this area by exhausting the servo with the engine off, several pedals should do it. Then see if its not just the pedal seizing up on its pivot. There is a valve in the servo to release the line pressure but most are not accessible or repairable. Easiest thing might be to get another from a yard and swap it. Try and swap it without breaking into the hydraulics to reduce time and hassle.

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