Why does my car pull to the right?

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Two possibilities:

1) low air pressure in the right tire;

2) front end is out of alignment;

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Shaking in steering wheel usually means the tires need balancing, Pulling to the right or left usually means you need an alignment done.But unless the wheels are really out of alignment to the point you can often look at the front tires and see it, it shouldn't pull HARD to the right.

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Why is my car shaking and pulling to the right?

Try swapping the front tires left to right and see if this changes any thing.If the vibration or shimmy is below 25mph it is a seperated tire, 30-75 mph it is wheel balance but this will not make the vehicle pull.Sounds like a bad tire.Yes, a bad tire can cause a pull and shimmy from minimal to s...

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Why does the car pull to the right while braking?

Bad right caliper or air in the left caliper, soaked pads on the left side, dirt in the brake fluid balancer thingy....answer: Also check your wheel bearings. and make certain they haven't deteriorated.

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Why does your car pull to the right?

That all depends on the alignment of your vehicle's tires. Some cars pull to the left as well.

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Why does the pulls to right while drive?

Could be a soft tire, a different size tire, out of alignment, worn steering parts, worn suspension parts, frozen brake caliper, a bad wheel bearing.

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Car pulls to the right?

steering alignment needs to be checked

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Depending on how old your brake pads are it is most likely that they are shot. Is it a grinding sound? Then you are tearing up your rotors.If you have recently changed your brakes, and it is doing this, then you need to have your rotors turned. Remove them and take them to any shop. they shave a ...

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Assuming you have disc brakes, it could be,a sticky or stuck brake caliper on the left side brake.Grease or brake fluid on the friction surface on the left side brake.A restricted brake hose/line on the left side brake.Air in the hydraulic lines on the left side brake.

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Why is my steering wheel shaking and pulling to the right?

Try swapping the front tires left to right and see if this changes any thing.If the vibration or shimmy is below 25mph it is a seperated tire, 30-75 mph it is wheel balance but this will not make the vehicle pull.Sounds like a bad tire.Yes, a bad tire can cause a pull and shimmy from minimal to s...

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Why While driving the vehicle pulls to the right?

Uneven tyre pressure. Brake binding

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What can cause the car to pull to the right?

A soft tire,worn steering parts,out of alignment,

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Why does my steering wheel turn to the right?

Air pressure, wheel alignment and low tires Uneven air pressure is a very common reason for a vehicle to pull to one side.When the pressure in a tire is lower on one side, the height of the tire changes.This causes the wheel alignment to change.

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What causes a car to pull to the right?

Low air pressure in right front tire, or vehicle out of alignment. Another possibility is a brake caliber sticking.also make sure all tyres have the same amount of tread and air pressure check your brakes they are the real cause of pulling in my opinion

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Is your car supposed to pull to the right?

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It's probably a bad wheel bearing

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