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1998 pathfinder chilkoot edition 4x4 manual tras. it feels like pulling from rear when starting out. like brake is stuck on or something. however they dont seem to be sticking. i thought rear end. took it for a good long drive and it doesn't seem to get hot to the touch or whine. any ideas?

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Your parking brake shoe could be sticking on ur rear wheels

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