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Front brakes on '98 GMC 1500 pulls to right as pressure is placed on brake pedal. Local mechanic states it is ABS issue? The harder you push the brake pedal the more to the right it pulls. System has new front brakes and brake lines. The rotors were said to be ok.

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  • rightyall Jul 19, 2009

    Hi Ron,
    They put on new calipers. They did not state to me that it included sensors. I do not know if new calipers include the sensor or not. I have to ask.

  • rightyall Jul 19, 2009

    Hi,
    The auto shop put on new calipers(brake pads) and installed new brake lines for both front wheels. They did not state if abs sensors were part of the new calipers. I took the truck back after I paid them $720 and they bled the lines again and put a heat test on the rotors and they said the only thing left was the abs module which they could not locate because it is not made any longer.

  • Ronny Bennett Sr.
    Ronny Bennett Sr. May 11, 2010

    Hello,I am Ron, Have you tried a new abs sensor on that wheel?

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Its not the solutions but how would bleeding by he banks help with one wheel sticking

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Have the brakes been bled you could have a bad caliper

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