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pulling left under braking

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mondeo glx 1.8 dec2000

My mondeo was pulling strongly to the left under braking at speed.

3 new tyres helped but still pulls left, switching off traction control makes it feel worse.

suspension or brake problem?

when i got the tyres the man said the brake pads and disks were very thin and would need doing soon (that was about 1000 miles ago.

any help please?

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mondeo glx 1.8 dec2000

My mondeo was pulling strongly to the left under braking at speed.

3 new tyres helped but still pulls left, switching off traction control makes it feel worse.

suspension or brake problem?

when i got the tyres the man said the brake pads and disks were very thin and would need doing soon (that was about 1000 miles ago.

any help please?

I would say brake problem.

The caliper on the o/s/f is possibly sticking - therefore all the braking is happening on the n/s/f

but

If you have already been told the discs & pads need replaced, why not get them changed as this is most likely to cure your problems.

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I would say brake problem.

The caliper on the o/s/f is possibly sticking - therefore all the braking is happening on the n/s/f

but

If you have already been told the discs & pads need replaced, why not get them changed as this is most likely to cure your problems.

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very common fault on fords if they are not serviced properly when the pads are renewed ie: copper slip the sliding pins then they do seize or bind causing pulling brakes

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