2003 Toyota 4Runner Q&A

2003 Toyota 4Runner Question: Brake Problem

Brake pedal intermittently goes almost to floor, bled the fronts, no improvement, Master Cylinder Problem? -
Answer 1
I had the same problem, tech said almost all Toyotas have this problem, it's the caliper piston that needs cleaning, take the caliper apart, clean the cylinder very well removing any material on the piston. -
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