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Old 29 Jul 2010, 07:30 am
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Default brake issue

My brakes seem to be dragging on the passenger side,not just one but both front and rear.Has this been a problem for anyone else?A fix?
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Old 29 Jul 2010, 03:22 pm
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Default Re: brake issue

I don't remember ever seeing a problem with both brakes on one side. Have you taken the wheels off for an inspection? Most shops will do a free inspection hoping you'll buy their parts but you don't have to buy anything. Of course if they do find something, inspect what they are showing you and make your mind up to let them fix it. Don't mess around with your brakes if there's obviously something wrong or broke.
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