Have replaced my R/F caliper but the car still pulls to the left and back a little when braking. Does anyone know what else could cause this?

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  • 6 months ago
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    If the front brakes are good a bad front control arm bushing is the next thing to check. You need the vehicle on the ground when you pry the control arm looking for play. The fact that it pulls back makes me sure you have control arm bushings that are bad

    Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
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  • zipper
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    Bad strut or bad shock, wheel out of balance, lineament out, bad tier oil on brake pads.

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  • M.
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    Why not check the L/F since it's pulling to the left??

    Check the rear too.

    Check all brakes.

    • slutpuppy6 months agoReport

      I'm sorry it was the left front caliper that I had replaced.

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  • 6 months ago

    Failed flexible hose to the caliper. The become restricted inside preventing pressure release after braking.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    Check the rear brakes.

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  • Bill
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    could be the r r brake problem

    go to a brake specialist shop for a proper diagnosis

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  • CB
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    Replace BOTH front calipers with the same pads at the same time. If that doesn't cure it then the pull is coming from the rear brakes.

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  • Dan
    Lv 5
    6 months ago

    Bad lower control arm bushings

    • Lv 4
      6 months agoReport

      or tire/ tire inflation differences, rotor differences, pads, air in line, master cylinder, alignment, rear alignment, rear systems, steering, combination of several things

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