Question about 1991 Toyota 4Runner
When I put my 91 runner in 4 wheel drive it pull hard to the right and feels like the breaks are on. What could cause this.
Check that your front right brake caliper isn't dragging: coast to a stop, and check if it is hotter than the left.
check for even tire pressure and tread wear on each tire.
check axle alignment by measuring distance between front and back tires on each side, they should match.
if none of these fixes it you may have a partially seized bearing on your front differential
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