Question about Cars & Trucks
When put brakes on car pulls to right
Starting from right rear, left rear, right front , left front, engine off, have someone pump brake pedal 3-5 times and hold, open bleeder until steady stream of fluid runs out, close bleeder, repeat if bubbles are seen. Check fluid level after each wheel is bled so as not to run low and induce air. Top up after last wheel is bled ,start and drive and recheck for pull.
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have the best possible diagram: look at your brakeline and duplicate as best you can. (does not have to be perfect, just has to be connected well on both ends and not interfere with any moving parts). avoid places where it could rub through and use small sections of rubber hose to eliminate vibration and rubbing Use as many of the original fasteners as possible along the line. Bleed system completely when installed.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
The first to check is the brackfluid level, its possible that the brackfluid is low, and some car's have a cut-out unit for savety.
If that is not the problem, try to remove the light units at the back of the car. It could be a wire that short out to earth (the body of the car.) Check all the wires to see if there's not one that make a short.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Check your Control arm bushings and or your ball joints. The bushings are known to wear out easily and the replacement control arm with ball joint included is only around $150.00. You can check the control arm by putting vehicle on jack stands and with a pry bar pry between the frame and control arm. If there is excessive movement then replacement is required, also when the car is in this position try to pivot your wheel top and bottom(in and out) and this checks the ball joint.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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