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change the front brake hoses, there is a small plastic inner hose that will break and restrict return fluid flow back to master cylinder thus causing brakes to lock and or drag

Check the proportioning valve.

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Q: Why do your left front and right rear brakes drag on a 96 Villager having already changed the caliper and ABS and master cylinder?
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