Brakes Pull Right - Left
Service Brake Caliper Slides Step 2 - If a tie rod end fails it allows the tire to wonder which is amplified when the brakes are applied creating a pull. Visit - Replace Tie Rod End
Install New Tie Rod End
Suspension Ball Joint Step 4 - An inner tie rod does much of the same job as the outer and when worn can allow the tires to pull to one side.
Inner Tie Rod End Step 5 - When a control arm or strut rod bushing fails it will allow the wheel to pull to one side when braking. When inspecting suspension bushings look for cracking, dilapidation or shiny surfaces showing suspension components that have moved.
Control Arm Bushing Step 6 - Tires are designed with many separate layers that can become dislodged internally. A tire can act one way when the car is driven normally, and shift within the tire when braking causing a pull. Tires can also cause a pull that will change if tires are swapped from side to side changing tire direction and rotation, rotating the tires front to back and check help check this problem. Visit - How a Tire Works
Car Tire Step 7 - Because a brake hose is constructed of rubber they can fail internally allowing a small part of the inner hose liner to become lodged, thus acting like a one way check valve that will either withhold brake pressure to the caliper or not allow hydraulic pressure to bleed off.
Brake Flex Hose Helpful Information Brake components should be close to the same temperature when used, an infrared laser temperature reader can help with detecting problems by testing rotor and drum temperature differences from side to side, example: Both front rotors are tested, the right side reads 190° and the left 80°, there is a problem. A slight right hand drift was designed into US and other left hand drive vehicles to avoid head on collisions when a driver falls asleep or is rendered unconscious.