I have a issue with the car pulling to the left when braking, this only happens at motorway speeds 70-80 it’s to the point that you have to counter steer the car back in a straight line.
The discs were past there best so i have replaced them and bedded them in probsrly, this was also a issue before replacing the discs I will add.
So so here’s a list what I have checked already:
Check the calipers are not binding, I have also checked the temp of each wheel after a run and there is even brake dust on each wheel.
bleed the system including activating the abs control unit
put it on the brake test machine to check for imbalance on the brakes check out to be fine.
tyre pressures all correct and tyres are all vertically brand new
No cracked alloys or flat spots that I can see.
full hunter alignment
i do have a slight vibration at 70 go past 70 and it goes which I’m 99% sure will be wheel balancing which will be done this weekend, although I’m pretty sure this would not create this issue anyway.
Like I said it only happens mainly on motorway speeds so perhaps a bit heavier braking. My thoughts are possible shock absorbers not taking the strain very well at higher speeds as the car is a heavy barge, but saying that it passed the shocker test at the mot station when we tried that too.
Has anyone had a similar problem or any suggestions.