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As long as the vehicle has not hit a curb or been in an accident:
First, check your tire pressure. Make sure the right front brake is not dragging, and next try switching the front tires. If the pull changes to the left the tire is suspect. If that doesn't catch it - have the front end checked by an alignment shop.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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