Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
I had a similar issue. I had an alignment done which it needed. I had wear on the inside of my drivers side tire, my first thought was alignment. Got it aligned and it still pulled sharply to the right. I checked tie rods and ball joints and they were fine. I then rotated my tires (front to back) problem solved.
Posted on Feb 08, 2013
It may be just an alignment problem, but could also be a stuck brake caliper on the passenger side front if it pulls to the right when you let go of the sterring wheel. do you smell brakes hot around that passenger front wheel after you've driven it for say 20 miles or so? if you do smell the brakes hot, then you probably have a bad brake caliper on that passenger front. if no smell, then you're on track with the alignment. hope this helps and thank you for choosing fix ya.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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