2004 Toyota Tacoma Q&A
2004 Toyota Tacoma Question: Brakes
I have a question for you! Do you feel the pulsation more heavily in the steering wheel or brake pedal, or do you feel it through the seat? If you are feeling it through the seat, that would be your rear brakes that need service. If you have serviced the front brakes twice, and feel it in the seat, you need to service the rear brakes. If you feel it in the steering wheel or brake pedal that is from the front brakes. Did you have your front rotors machined when you replaced the brake pads? Brake pads themselves do not cause the pulsation. The pulsation usually comes from warped rotors. You should always have your rotors "turned" or machined on a brake lathe when you replace pads. If you are doing the work yourself, you can go to O'Reilly's or a similar part store to have them machine your rotors. - bklaubert
I had the same problem, and after taking it in to the shop it turns out I needed to get my front rotors replaced (the pulsating was mostly in the steering wheel). - Visitor
I have 06 Tacoma: 4 cylinder, 4x4, standard. The E-brake pull is below the dash. Despite pulling as far as possible, it will not grab. Where is the adjuster located, or, what is the process to s...
and stay solid. When using the right turn signal they both work fine till you press the brake then the both turn solid. There is no problem with the driver side or left turn signal lights
It is very important that the rear level sensor is properly bled after any brake work or the rear brake stopping efficiency may be compromised. The Front Brake Rotors can wear causing a pulsation f...
...eplacing. It is critical to adjust the brake pedal to Master Cylinder pushrod clearance or the brakes will drag and over heat.
When I take my Tacoma on the highway, and get the the speed of around 55mph, it seems that the brakes are draging, and when I take my foot off the gas, the truck will slow quickly as if I put my f...