My 88 GTA drives fine if you don't hit the brakes hard, but if you hit
them hard, the car pulls quickly to the right. I guess I never have to brake
hard because I never noticed it until my inspection mechanic pointed it out to
me today, after he test drove it. Maybe I've unconsciously ignored the pull, or
maybe my mech is trying to rip me, who knows. But it IS pulling to the right,
but only under hard braking. It only turns the steering wheel a certain amount
though, it doesnt turn it all the way right.
All 4 wheels heat up, but the right front is a little hotter than the rest,
No pulling while braking in reverse.
Pads have about a quarter inch. No major brake drag. It will roll in
neutral on a slight incline.
As far as I know, all the brake equipment is orig, exc for the pads.
Braking softly is just like normal braking, no pull in any direction.
The mechanic said it could just be a clogged hose, or could be something with
I can understand a partially clogged hose causing this, but how could a caliper
Any other ideas ?
- posted 17 years ago