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Q: when i brake truck pulls to the right and steering wheel pulls from 12 to 3 o cl on 2002 Ford F-150 Lightning

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new calipers i squeezed the old ones with a c clamp quickly should nt have probably and bleeder screw was clogged rust.all new now.goes down the road striaght till i hit the brakes.abs light has come on and gone out.Tried to bleed them by myself i have no help.should i bleed both sides at same time.
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try changing the left side flex hose. it may be collapsed, therefore not applying pressure when you hit the brake. that will cause a pull to the opposite side.
I removed hose and have a hard time blowing through it so replaced both same problem truck still pulling right.I thought it might be a brake fluid bleeding issue,air in the lines.So put truck in reverse and truck pulled left hitting the brakes going backwards so symptoms point to warped rotor.Replaced them and i hope i can move on from this problem.Those were the cause even tho they looked fine
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