I installed new rotors and new brake pads for the front of my 07 dodge charger and only replaced pads on the back. Now my car pulls to the left, pulses while goin down the road, and theres a roaring

Asked by Jan 23, 2015 at 05:36 PM about the 2007 Dodge Charger SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have inspected all sides pretty good
and everything seems to be in place
correctly.  Any ideas on what ive done
wrong?   Before I did all of this none
of these problems were present.  Any
help would be much appreciated...

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Your car is equipped with ABS brake system,you may need to bleed them.Meaning all the way around.

4,715

Hi there might be a couple of things to look at ....//did all of your caliper pistons go back ok when you compressed them??.. also did the caliper slide pins move freely??...// check your backing plates make sure they are not hitting the rotors ..// last what condition were the rear rotors in ...did the edges have a heavy rust ridge? ...// you defiantly have something dragging if the vehicle pulls one way while driving and pulls the other way braking then then that usually is a frozen caliper

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