Ford F350 Pulls To The Left At Brake


Old 01-18-05, 02:44 PM
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Ford F350 Pulls To The Left At Brake

Help ! I Have A 1999 Ford F 350 ,with 209,000.00 Miles On It , 4x4 Love The Truck , Just Did The Brakes , Replaced The Pads And It Starting Pulling To The Left Real Bad , So Went And Replaced The Lines ' Both Sides , Still Pulling , Then Replaces The Calipers Both Sides , Still Pulling , Think Only Thing I Have Left Is Rotors ??? Please Help ...... John In Florida
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Old 01-18-05, 09:05 PM
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Check the Caliper Piston and Caliper Pins.
Inspect the brake pads for comtamination.
Inspect the disc brake rotors and hubs for excessive runout or damage.
Old 02-17-05, 02:11 PM
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had the same problem

I had the same problem on my Ford F150. Tried all the stuff you mentioned. Didnt help. Found out it was the brake lines. they were corroded inside and caused the caliper to hang up. Overheating the disc. Had to replace the caliper, disc, pads, and lines. Because of the heat damege.
Old 02-23-05, 04:19 PM
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you might check the bracket the calipers bolt to. they can get grooved from the brake pads where they slide, and the new pads will hang up on the grooves. let us know what you find.
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try switching the tires from side to side see if it pulls the other way
also did you lube the slide pins if so what did you use you MUST use a silicone based grease like silglide or a product aproved for this purpose anything elis will cause the caliper to bind
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