1998 Buick Century pulls too much when i let go of brake.

Asked by Apr 05, 2015 at 03:21 AM about the 1998 Buick Century Limited Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1998 Buick Century pulls too much when i let go of brake, just changed the head gasket
and other gaskets.can i be that there is more power since replaced gaskets? need help,
please.

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What do u mean by pull like left or right if its that kind of pull head gaskets have nothing to do with steering problems head gaskets are pretty much there so u wont get antifreeze in oil and places were it dont belong if it pulls u have a steering problem or suspension problem such as wheel out of alignment or tire is low on air. Out of balanced tire. Brake and rotor are worn etc let me no

It doesn't pull to the left or right, when I put it in drive or reverse and let go of the brake it takes off faster then it normally did,and it's hard to stop it. I have to force the brake all the way down Just to keep the car still.

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