Brake problems

Asked by GranadaGuy Jan 01, 2020 at 05:10 PM about the 1977 Ford Granada

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I stop moderately hard on dry pavement, the car
pulls to the left and eventually making the left front tire
skid. On wet roads, the car will pull to the left and will slide
for a long time before coming to a stop. I have replaced
the master cylinder, the power booster, both front calipers,
both front rubber brake lines, and the brake pads. I have
also bled the brakes multiple times and still no luck. What
is the problem?

2 Answers

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The pulling part might be an alignment issue or worn suspension parts.

Regardless of the pulling factor, the left front wheel locks up when braking normally. The other three don't. What's the problem?

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