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      07-28-2006, 05:38 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by ages944
check that tire pressure is adequate and even from side to side (front to back should be diff as per OEM spec).

then, take car on a level road (no ruts, bumps, etc) and test braking. If you're still pulling, bring the car in. This is a very black and white matter. A properly set up car should not pull to either side when braking. If it does, it's not correct.
That's the key... check braking on a newly paved street or one that is fairly free of road problems. If your car pulls on a newer/smoother road, take it in. If not, it's the road and the wheels are tracking with grooves in street. That was my problem too and I thought it was my frickin car