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The problem may be more complicated than this, but to answer your question where to start is to clean both ends of both battery cables. Make sure your cables are not corroded. Check that the ground from your battery is good. You need to ensure your vehicle is getting sufficient battery power before moving to the next step.


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The short of this is yes, you MAY have damaged your rear brakes. The only way to tell for sure is to have them inspected by a mechanic (or if you know what you are doing, inspect them yourself) and determine if there has been damage, what is the extent of it, and what (if anything) needs to be fixed. In some cases the damage is just premature wear of the ...


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