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Car pulls to the left when foot brake is applied

Anytime while driving, if I step on the foot brake, the car pulls to the left

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  • John Larsen May 11, 2010

    Sounds like your left caliper is hangin up...how long ago was the last time you had the brakes done??

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Bad break calaper. replace both left and right, common problem.

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