Sounds Like You Have A Bad Break Hose. They Are Bad To Deterate On The Inside Causing The Brake Fluid To Move Slowly Bad To The Master Cylinder, Causing Problems Like You Asked About. When You Replace One Hose It Should Be OK. If It Is Replace The Other Also. Most Likely It Will Soon Go Out Too.
The pads may be worn out. have it checked out.
Dual diagonal braking is where the brakes are on two systems right front and left rear as well as left front and right rear. This is to give even braking in a partial system failure
The caliper could be hanging up. Or your right front brake line could be coming apart or kinked. that will cause it to pull left.
A rattle in the right front fender of a Toyota Camry may indicate that you need a wheel alignment. It could also point to a problem with your struts.
Worn out bushing or steering joint probably.
The left front brakes are not applying at the same rate as the right front. Possible causes are a failed left front caliper, left front brake hose, frozen caliper slide, etc.
Could be the caliber on the passenger side
Assuming that there are no worn parts in your vehicles front end, the cause could be excessive toe-in. Have the front end alignment checked.
Could well be worn bushes in the suspension arm ( It was in my old civic )
Could possibly be a bad lifter.
you need a new bulb in right front.
Pull to the right.
It depends on where it is on. Normally the braking force is balanced on an axle but different between axles. i.e., the braking force between left and right brakes on an axle is the same but the braking force on the front axle might be greater than the rear.
Likely a loose or broken strut or shock. Could be the same for a load leveling bar, depending on the vehicle.
If you are talking while braking, it could very well be that your car does not have ABS. If it does not have ABS, then it is possible for one or more wheels to lock up under braking. If however the right front wheel brakes are just sticking all the time, the slider pins might need to be cleaned and lubricated or the brake hose at that wheel has internal damage that is acting like a one way valve.
No. You will only need to replace the brake shoes if they are worn down. Generally the front brakes do 70% of braking leaving the rear with 30%, which will cause the front pads to wear first. What is important however is that you replace either front brakes or rear brakes as a set. i.e. if you're replacing the front brakes do the right and left side.
if its at the front, radiator or hose, if its closer to the tire could be overflow tank or cap.
Sounds like a brake wear indicator. If it changes while braking then it is. Recommend a brake inspection.
Generally, yes. The binding caliper causes the pads to rub against the rotor heating the pads and rotor up. Hot pads and rotor provide less braking under equal pressure (when braking) so the right brake works better. The car will pull toward the better brake.
You have a serious front end problem. Have a mechanic inspect it asap.
A soft/damaged right front tire. Worn or bent steering/suspension joints. A sticky or stuck brake caliper.
a bad hanger bearing on your right front axle
have it checked you could have bent the axle and the noise would be the bearing
most likely caused by the outer cv joints are worn out