I have a 97 Continental and the front brakes seem to be sticking on both sides, the car has been sitting for about 5 months and before I parked it I replaced the front half-shafts, rotors, calipers, and pads. It had been fine when it was driven before being parked but my wife drove it today and it seems like the brakes are dragging and not releasing after pressure is applied. I jacked up each wheel today and had her step on the brake pedal and the rears both released and spun freely but after stepping on the pedal and letting off I could not get the wheels to move at all with the transmission in neutral, it felt like the brakes were still applied. I moved the car afterward and I could feel them dragging............could the master cyld cause this or should I be looking for something else. I did not try turning off the traction control or unplugging the fuse for the traction control..............could that cause the problem? My wife said the brakes felt great when she had to stop on her way home and the car stops better than her Mustang, and she said there was a bad odor and a little smoke which I ASSUME was caused by the brakes sticking, but I don't know the cause. Anyone have this kind of problem with a Continental before??? Thanks!!