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My 2016 Traverse is pulling to the right. So naturally I took it in for a 4 wheel alignment at the dealer. They said it was pretty good and only had to tweak the toe of the front wheel slightly. But, it still pulls to the right. Tire pressures are all good. 105,000 miles. Any ideas what could be wrong?
 

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Possibly R front brake dragging. In the salt zone ? Caliper pins like to bind causing brake drag from corrosion.
Checking rotor temps with a temp. gun is the easiest way to see if that's happening as rotor temps will not be equal side to side.
 

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Also a failing ABS sensor for that wheel can cause problems as can a failing tire with some internal bead separation. Had the tire dealer done a tire rotation you would have additional information to diagnose the nature of the problem. Something else to test is whether the pulling is when driving or only when applying the brakes.
 
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