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pulls to the left

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by cwm921, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. cwm921

    cwm921 New Member

    2003 Silverado 2500 HD 6.0L 4x2 ext. cab 4-DR 4 wh. disc
    Problem I'm having is that @ stops my truck pulls to the left @ the last couple of feet before it stops rolling. The steering wheel turns to the left by itself. I can correct easily. If I pull up to a stop very slowly it will not do it. The only thing related to this would be the front brake job it rcvd. 3 mo. ago.
    Powerslot discs and Hawk LT pads. I upgraded to assist our travel trailer (32') even though it has it's own elec. brakes. A little extra braking never hurt. No fluid evident @ calipers. Just did tire rotation and truck still pulls. Any ideas?? Thanks!!
  2. retired

    retired New Member

    The slide pins the front caliphers ride on could need to be lubed.
  3. common dude

    common dude New Member

    i think a friend of mine had this same problem and it was something to do with an abs sensor.
  4. EagleTalons

    EagleTalons New Member

    I had this happen in my car, but I think its the fact that only the back brakes work...
  5. chevyman1297

    chevyman1297 New Member

    this happend in my silverado, it was because the piston in the caliper on the opposite side was sticking because of no lube. check that out and see if thats the problem.
  6. 04sierracrewcab

    04sierracrewcab New Member 1000 Posts

    in my auto tech class we just got done w a unit on bakes .. that needs to be lubed (it was an impostant test q) :great:

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