Toyota 4Runner Problem Report
Toyota 4Runner Front Brake Rotor Wear Can Cause Pulsations
Bought Used 4Runner. Brakes pulsated very roughly when applied. Took to Midas for Inspection. $1850 estimate to replace front brake pads and rotors, rear shoes, cv joints and a few "cracked" belts. Took the truck to my mechanic; $650 in parts and labor. Midas lied about the rear shoes needing replacement as they were practically brand new. Belts showed no signs of wear or cracking. Find a good mechanic you can trust and give him or her your business!!!! - Visitor
Pulsating brakes in front when pressed, good until now, no other problems with vehicle. - Visitor
Brakes pulsate when applied. - Visitor
Exactly how it says... when medium braking there is a shimmy in the front as the vehicle comes to a stop. I had the pads changed to ceramic and new rotors installed and viola - shimmy pulsation is gone. - Visitor
When I push the brake pedals it has no pressure and it take the truck a minute to stop. - Visitor
Rotors are bad, haven't fixed it yet - Visitor
front brake rotors rusting on outside, can be felt when brake is applied - Visitor
new rotors & pads 1 1/2 years ago , problems back just like before - Visitor
Yes, that is a true statement. I still have not had them replaced just yet, but I know i have to get them done - que1
why do myfront brake wear so fast i have 50000 and i have replaced them once and need to again
change front desk brakes
How difficult is it to change the front rotor? The left was machined and has warped. Should I c...
Back when my 4R had 88K miles, the brakes didn't feel right, I brought in, dealer said "oh they...