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Rotors on left side make nioce while driving, how

Rotors on left side make nioce while driving, how do i pull that apart?

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My 1999 feel like the brakes are stuck..I drive it some meters it release then sticks again..while sometimes pulling left

when dealing with brake issues, both sides need to be adressed, if you replace anything on one side, other side requires same work, both calipers and brake pads, and possibly both rotors need to be replaced !!! rotors can be out of round, never use "used pads" , right now your new caliper is working better than the used caliper on otherside, thus still pulling like before ! DO YOU UNDERSTAND !!!

Mar 12, 2013 | GMC Yukon Cars & Trucks

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1983 S-15 2WD 2.8L Front brakes pull to the left when braking. I have changed the calipers, hoses, pads (rotors are good). Both rotors are the same temperature after driving. The rear brakes apply a

Can you say for sure that the pull is not from a worn steering part ?
If the steering is tight, it could be a situation where the right side is not working as well as the left. Not as much pressure being applied to the pads.
Its possible there is something going on with the equalizer valve.

Feb 16, 2013 | 1983 GMC S-15 Pickup

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Ford chunky braking

I see the rotor keeps being replaced; was the caliper ever replaced? A caliper piston sticking (release very slowly or doesn't release all the way) can create all kinds of problems such as: pulling to one side, glazing and warping of rotor and uneven pad wear. Grinding noise could be pads sensor digging into rotor which will also give the rotor the vertical line you mentioned. I recommend having caliper checked to see if it's working properly. A note on purchasing rotors; you don't want to buy the cheapest ones. Go for the premium ones as they dissipate the heat better, lessening the chance for warping and glazing. Same thing goes for the pads. A majority of braking is done by the front brakes therefore you want the better quality stuff on the front. Also it's best to replace calipers, pads and rotors on both sides at the same time. If you replace one side only you will end up replacing the other side not long after. If it has not been done, you may want to have steering components checked and greased. If these parts are not greased properly it can cause grinding noise, pulling to one side just to name a few. I hope this was helpful.

Mar 17, 2017 | 2011 Ford Fiesta 1.6

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My son has a 03 explorer it started pulling grinding and the rotor looks good ? left back side

it could be that the break pads are touching metal to metal on the rotors. and there binging up but if he drives it this way you are going to have to buy new rotors or get them turned.

Feb 27, 2010 | 2002 Ford Explorer

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Brake pedal is hard, pulls to driver side

May have a leaking right front caliper thats not applying evenly with the left.Look at the front wheels for excess brake dust.The left wheel should have more dust then the right.Also front left rotor may be pitted causing more friction and excess grabbing on the left.Any brake shop will pull the wheel off and inspect the rotor for free.Dont let them try to sell you two rotors or calipers if only one is bad.Replacing both right and left brake pads is OK

Nov 03, 2009 | 2000 Dodge Caravan

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Brake pedal vibration

Sounds like sticky caliper for one reason or another which has probably warped rotor(s). When that vibration occurs & you pull over to stop it, carefully touch rim to see if hot, or hotter than other side, which is a good indicator to tell you which one is sticking. Don't just change one though, do both.
that is provided it's just not a case of lubricating sliders etc, to get calipers moving freely.

Jun 02, 2009 | 1999 Honda Passport

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Emergency brake on 92 Acura Integra sometimes sticks even when

Take the caliper apart and grease the Slide pins. There are two of them. When these get dried out it cause them to stick and not release the brake. When you pull the two halves of the caliper apart there will probably be dust in there. Clean it out and grease them up.

Jan 25, 2009 | 1992 Acura Integra Hatchback

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Pull to the left, Brakes

Sounds like it was pulling before the brake job...if so the only thing you didn't replace was the rotors, I assume you turned them? and did you see hard spots on the rotor? discolored area that didn't cut the same......switch the rotors left to right and see if the problem moves or just replace them if they've been cut twice.

Nov 30, 2008 | 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 4WD

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Brake pull

After you replaced the left caliper, did it still pull right? Check your flex hoses and make sure they have plenty of fluid going through it by bleeding the line. Check both sides this way. Make sure you don't have any leaks either. Look for any kinked or leaking hard lines. While it's up in the air, check you front hub assys. for movement. Check suspension and steering components as well.

Jul 29, 2008 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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