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Join Date: May 2005
Location: Miramichi, New Brunswick
Chapter: Eastern Canada
Model: Ford Taurus
Engine: 3.0L 12v Vulcan V6
Rep Power: 38
As for pulling to the right, when you replaced the tie rod(s) on the car, did you have it lined up afterwards?
As for the possible sticking caliper piston, try this. Jack the wheel off the ground. Spin the wheel by hand to check how freely it turns. Then have someone press the brake pedal hold it for a second or two, then release it. Right after they release it, try turning the wheel. If it frees up right away, then it should be fine. If it's dragging or stuck, try this. Open the bleeder screw, then shut it. If the wheel frees up from opening the bleeder screw, then you more then likely have a collapsed brake line. If it makes no difference then you have either sticking sliders or a sticking piston.
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