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My mother has 1999 Lincoln Town Car. I was driving it and noticed that when coming to a stop the breaks kick back slightly and produce a low rumbling sound. We had her mechanic check. He changed a sensor for the brakes and this did not fix the problem. He could find no problem with the brakes themselves. The problem never occurs at high speeds when braking, usually when coasting and not always. Is this dangerous? what could be the problem

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Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd Dear JLewis, Sounds to me like a problem with the ABS brake system. But this is just a guess. The brakes are one of the most important parts on your car. If it won*t start, that can be very inconvenient. But if your brakes don

Patty Streeter,  at Be sure to take your vehicle to an ASE certified MASTER technician for diagnosis and repair. We suggest this might be a suspension problem and a certified MASTER technician is qualified to make this diagnosis and recommend the correct repair.

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