2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee "brake car pulls left accelerate" Questions

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...on left side (side with noise) noise got worse. Performance good, mileage same, no smoke. Seems to idle rough and noise is louder when accelerating or increasing rpm in gear with brake. ...

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Hi! Just bought a 99 jeep grand Cherokee, 4.7 V8. The day after I drove it off the lot it stalled as I was braking approaching a stop light. It started right back up but noticed it missing at stop ...

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...pulls you hard enough to **** you into another lane. Could be air in system and right side not applying brakes. Also the internal rubber in brake line where solid metal line attaches to can ...

...pulls to left under acceleration and braking. Check the wheel alignment and breaks system. Assuming all your tyres are standard. I would definitely agree with the first I would definitely agree with ...

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...PULLS BACK TO THE LEFT. ALSO IF I ACCELERATE HARD IT COUGHS AND SPLUTTERS THEN PICKS UP AND I WAS WONDERING WHAT I WOULD NEED TO DO TO CORRECT THIS PROBLEM. check the tire pressure to ensure proper ...

...brake down firmly and in gear, press down on the gas. have someone watch (from the side of the car ONLY) and see if the engine shifts. Do in both drive and reverse. Be very careful when doing this ...

...brake on the left side locks up on the wheel when I drive. Sometimes its really bad and if I continue to accelerate, the car limps and shakes so I most of the time have to pull over and let it cool ...

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...car pulls sharply too the left. what could this be. What I would do in your case is get both of the front wheels off of the ground, and then in neutral, see if either resists when turning by hand. ...

...left to pull in the servo after sustained near-wide-open-throttle. ... are designed not to remember their set speed if the vehicle speed falls below 25 mph ... If one of the brake lights has failed, ...

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Pulls to one side" sounds a lot like a frozen front brake caliper. While you could get away with replacing only the caliper on the side of the truck that it pulls to, for a time -- for example, if the

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