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When I press my brake pedal my rear wheels slide when I try to stop.

(1990 Ford F-150)
in Lithia Springs, GA on March 13, 2015
Had rear brakes adjusted stopped normally for a few days and problem started again. Mechanic told me to buy new drums, brakes shoes, wheel clylinders and brake hose. Had these items installed and a few days later problem started again. This is a 1984 Ford F-150 302 5.0 liter engine 2 wheel drive. Please help?
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on March 13, 2015
Axle seal(s) leaking grease onto brake shoes?
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on March 14, 2015
Thank you, Is that a general repair and how much does it cost to repair
on March 14, 2015
It needs to be checked to see if any fluid(s) has contaminated the new brakes!
on March 14, 2015
What's a fair price if this is indeed the problem?
on March 13, 2015
No ABS? Level sensor on rear?
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