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Pulling to the right. and wobbles in the front end

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If its pulling to the right the problem is on the left side And its a brake problem you have a brake caliper that is sticking or something came up off the road and is stuck in the brake mecimisum take off the left tire look for something lodged or take a large screw driver and try to pry the calpier pisition back into the caliper BUT YOU SHOULD REALY HAVE A SHOP LOOK AT IT after all these are your brakes life and death

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