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At times when brakeing our 2006 Mazda 6 pulls to the right

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This usually means that the right side braking system is doing more stopping than the left side. Could be dozens of causes. Unless you are a wiz with car brakes take it to a brake shop. I have seen too many bad things came from inexperienced people doing there own brakes.

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