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Pulling to the right

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  • Pulling to the right

    It used to pull hard left upon braking when I 1st got it 6 months ago..i just last month did 2 new rear calipers and brackets and 4 rotors and pads..now it pulls kind of to the right when I brake and I let off and it kinda jumps left..
    What should I look at before I throw new calipers on for nothing..i do now have a slight clunk on the front right but I'm sure it is either stut mount or balljoint but could that cause the pull when I brake? None of my other ones ever have.
    98 lsc..trac loc,cobra cams,90mm mafs,exhaust,tune,accel coils,DS rotors and ceramic pads,rims and sounds too.

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    Yes, loose strut rod bushings can cause pulling when braking. I would make sure those are tight first, then see if it still pulls.

    Bill
    1994 Deep Jewel Green 183,142 miles
    1997 White LSC 135k miles
    1998 White Collectors Edition 175k
    1994 Black (#2) 100k miles
    1993 Deep Jewel Green Convertible

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    • #3
      lower ball joints.
      check asap.
      1996 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC Opal Opalescent on grey, 276/287
      1995 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC Indigo Lights on black
      2002 Ford Focus SVT Sonic Blue on black

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