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  1. 1999 Mercury Cougar V6 2.5l Scenario 1: Hands on Wheel Pulls very hard to the left when braking. After letting off the brakes - the car will immediately straighten itself out. Scenario 2: Hands off the Wheel If traveling in a straight line - Wheel turns to left when braking as if some kind of auto pilot has been engaged, but the vehicle continues in a straight path. After letting off the brakes - the wheel straightens out. Once again, maintaining a pretty straight path. Obviously Scenario 2 is undoubtedly dangerous. We have temporarily learned to counter steer while braking. Terrible thing to have to learn. Any thoughts on where I should begin? One of Front Struts? Rack or Rack bushings? Tie-rods? I’ve already replaced Calipers, Pads and Rotors all the way around the car. My initial thought was a hanging caliper. Kind regards
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