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Old 08-02-2009, 02:22 PM
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hi i have a 86 trans am and i noticed a few days ago my car started pulling to the right when i brake.and today coming back from the store it got to were it was driving slow because the brake is stuck or something i think on the front passenger side.any ideas of this and how i can fix it?thanks.
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Old 08-02-2009, 02:29 PM
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I would start,By changing the brake hose's.When you jack up the car is the wheel hard to turn ??? A lot of times the hose will break down inside,And will not let the fluid return.I would bet it's the hose's...
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I've heard Pat Goss say that if it pulls to the right because of a stuck caliper, then it's the left one that is stuck, but i find that hard to believe.
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well i havent jacked it up yet i got to borrow my sisters jack.but on the ground its easy to turn.i did head a litle sqeel when i turn to the right when i was driving but then it got slow like the brake is on.
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