Possibly the problem is tire pressure. If the right front tire is under inflated it will grip the road more and pull you right when you brake.
Shocks are just that, shocks. There is already a suspension system in place and you add shocks to it. The shocks can be replaced easily.Struts have part of the suspension andthe shocks included in one assembly. The struts have to be disassembled for access to the shocks.
Not until the truck starts bouncing. are the shocks go to leaking.
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You could have worn out shocks or stuts
I would check brakes,shocks,and powersteering pump. I would check brakes,shocks,and powersteering pump.
The shocks on a 2000 Ford Ranger are replaced by jacking the vehicle up, removing the wheels, unbolting the shock, and removing it from the vehicle. Because the vehicle is supported off the ground, the shocks are not under load and can readily be replaced.
The rear shocks on a Pontiac G6 are replaced by supporting the rear axle on jack stands, removing the wheels, and unbolting the shocks. New shocks can then be put in place and bolted on.
When you find it faulty and need to be replaced
tires need to be rebalanced
It does not have shocks on the front it has struts which should only be replace by a professional. The rear shocks are easily replaced. Just unbolt them and install the new ones.
The shocks or if it has them, the struts, are worn out, and need to be replaced.
Manuals often cite that the shocks shouldn't exceed about 57 pounds. However, if the shocks have been replaced, the new shocks may have different specs, so if possible, check what specific shocks you have.
you will hear it run
It could be your shocks, connection between you tire or your brakes could need a good oiling.
some times you will never . but also they get replaced when they leak or have no bounce control.
you might have to bring it to a brake lave to size up the rotors and brake drums.
Shocks and struts are things that are not often repaired. When they break down, they will almost always be replaced by new ones, and the old ones get thrown away.
If the shock is leaking it must be replaced. Replace both shocks in pairs.
Depends. Most bikes don't have any hydraulic components, but some have hydraulic brakes. Usually disc brakes, but there are at least two models of hydraulic rim brakes as well. And it could easily be argued that suspension bikes with oil shocks are hydraulic in design.
If you have worn Struts on a vehicle, those can be replaced without replacing your springs. "Struts" and "Shocks" are often used interchangeably in language, however, I believe your vehicle is a front wheel drive with a double wishbone suspension. In this case, they would be more accurately referred to as "Struts". Just for reference. In either case, the answer is still, yes. Shocks/Struts can be replaced without replacing the springs as well.
no, not at all replace the front when the time comes..
The 4 main things that need to be checked and or replaced before replacing the computer with an ABS system are the pads, the rotors, the calipers, and the shocks. Also make sure to look over the brakes as well before putting in the ABS system.
Spark plugs, wires, distributor cap, synthetic oil, air filter, shocks, brakes
Well, I wouldn't change shocks at all unless the ride was rough or the shocks were visibly leaking. Check them out. if no inherent problems, 75000 miles is usually recommended.