Q: Would locked calipets cause lack of acceleration

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Hello, Calipers are locked up and the brake lines are clogged/contaminated. Would this cause a lack of acceleration or is there a different underlying issue? Thanks.

If your brakes are locked up due to seized calipers then yes the brakes can cause the vehicle will not have normal vehicle acceleration.

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