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1999 cougar: caliper..brake rotors, and bleed brakes

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1999 cougar pulls to the left when braking. Still does it after some work at a repair garage. Reading thier report ' Install loaded front remanufactured brake calipers, clean and lubricate the caliper slides, replace brake rotors, and bleed brakes. Frozen slides require additional labor. Replace loose left outer tie rod end. None of this helped. Any suggestions. Could this be an internal brake rubber hose problem?
Yes if the rubber brake lie to the calipers were not replaced I would replace them as they fail more often than the calipers. Also don't forget about the rear brakes if they are not working correctly can cause a pull too.
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