My 93 HONDA ACCORD PULLS TO THE RIGHT WHATS CAUSING THIS
need more info... under braking?, just driving normally? when you put your foot down?... if under braking, could be caused by the caliper sticking, or the pads could be needing replacing or could have lost brake fluid from one side and need a pipe replacing the fluid replacing, if normal driving, most likely you'll be needing the tyres aligning correctly, or could be worn bushes or worn dampers, or a damaged spring or if you've had a crash at all recently it could be the chassis got twisted and is well out of alignment or any other suspension part could be damaged and out of alignment, if when you put your foot down, could be the gearbox/diff worn, you'd prob. notice other noises then though...
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