replace brakes on 2005 Toyota Corolla

brakes squeek

by in West Covina, CA on May 20, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on June 16, 2011
should try checking rear brake shoes, if there is alot of brake dust accumulated in the the drums , this could cause a squeek noise while brakes are applied, recommend rear drum type brakes to be clean and adjusted every 5,000 miles.
Related Items:
Brake lights stay on all the time, when I unhook switch cannot shift out of park, button disabled on shifter
Does anyone know to what extent the brake booster and brake master cylinder have to be disonnected/loosened to allow for replacement of the clutch master cylinder? The edge of the booster sits ove...
(sorry for the long post, but I am trying to be thorough with my description) This is my wife's car, so I normally don't drive it much. Car has 110000 miles on it. Does not have ABS. Original...
I was charged 255 dollars to replace 2 rear brake cylinders. Is this cost outrageous?
I have a '94 Corolla and the mechanics wanted $800 to replace the brake booster to try and fix the brakes but from what I've read so far it shouldn't be impossible for me to do it myself. Any advic...

Related Content