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Hey all, new here, and first post. I have recently bought a 2001 tacoma V6 4WD. Recently replaced front brakes, rotors, and calipers as well as the rear wheel cylinders. Brand new tires, rack and pinion with inner and outter tie rods with an alignment done at Les Schwab. Problem now… when braking, steering wheel turns left, the harder the braking, the more it turns. Ive bled the brakes 3-4 times (lost track after getting irritated).
I could use some tips/advise from someone that may have had the same issue. I am getting a new right front caliper to see if it was bad out of the box (happens all the time with my luck). Yes tire pressures are good. I cant see bad shocks be the cause as the steering wheel spins 360 when hard braking to a stop. Other than that, anyone got any ideas?
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