Question about Ford Mustang
The first thing to do is to check for correct tire inflation in all four tires. Also you should check to see if the wheel pulls one way or the other when you use the brake. If you have a pull to the right it could be a brake that is not releasing or you could have a bad tie rod end, ball joint, idler arm or center drag link. It's also possible that you could have a bad tire.
If the car seems to pull worse with the brake applied I would suggest replacing the brakes and having the drums and rotors turned. (if this is equipped with front rotors.) You should replace all 4 brakes because a faulty rear brake can cause the car to pull on way or the other .
If this doesn't seem to be the issue I would recommend that you check the steering components and replace any bad parts and have a front end alignment.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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