Question about 1992 Ford Explorer
Just changed driver side brake caliper as well as pads. now it pulls to the right when driving. what is wrong?
You should really change both sides at the same time. Your new pads are not broken in yet, and will not work as well as the pads on the other side. If you did not roughen up the glazed rotor, have it turned or change it, the new pad may not work well for a while on the old glazed surface.
I know it's expensive, but on my personal vehicles, I always replace the rotors when I replace the pads. That way, you have the same braking power as when the car was new. Also, I love my wife, and she drives my cars.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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