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Vehicle delays in stopping and pulling to right

Not everytime but often when roads are wet or light dusting of snow on ground ...whether I'm driving slow 10-20 mph or more when braking vehicle starts jumping and pulling to right before stopping. Very scary because it takes awhile before it actually stops. I must start stopping about 6 car length before the person in front of me and have to watch I don't end up in ditch since it pulls to right.

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I'd recommend a brake inspection you may have a glazed rotor.

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