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Pulls to the right when braking

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Check your tire pressures first.

Could also be a sticking caliper. If this is the case, aside from uneven pad wear, the sticking brake can produce a good bit of heat. Take a short ride and shoot each front rotor with an infrared thermometer. A noticeable difference in temperature would confirm this diagnosis. There are also tools that measure brake pad pressure, but that's usually not needed.

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Thanks for the feedback - it seems to be getting less noticable with time driving, so I'm thinking it could be corrosion on the rotor after sitting for a while. I've brought it to a pro to figure it out. I'll let you know what I find out.

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I checked rim temp - neither side seems to be getting hot, Checked the air pressure on bot front tires and its 38 as specked. The car has a fresh alignment - 1000 miles ago. How do I check for a bad tire? They are Nito tires - kind of an aggressive tread - could that be the issue?

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Can anyone recommend a good service company to rebuild the calipers if that's the way I should go? Any opinions on rebuild vs new? I'd rather not waste my time with a rebuild if its not going to perform well.

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