The brake pads will heat up even with a little preasure on the disk. As they heat they expand. That will make them progressivly apply more preasure. I suspect you may have a bad brake line or your brake pedal may be stuck part way down. How long has it been since you have replaced your brake hoses? They may look good on the outside but be constricted on the inside. ��~ you might want to check fluid level in master cyl. expands if too full will lock brakes up has no were to go but calipers and or wheel clys.
If it's only brake pads $40-60. If rotors have to be replaced too + $20-50 per rotor + labor. If calipers have to be replaced too, it's + ~$150 per caliper.
timing belt just replaced one today
You have sticky front calipers.
Brake pads on a 1997 Toyota Celica are changed by removing the wheels, unbolting the calipers, and removing the old pads from the calipers. The caliper piston must be pushed in before the new pads can be installed.
the tacoma has calipers on front.
It was sadly discontinued in 1999 and replaced by the stupid Toyota Echo.
yah they can go every 5000kms.
The gas mileage for the 2009 Toyota Tundra depends on whether you are driving in the city or on the highway. In city driving will get you 15mpg while Highway driving will get you 19mpg.
TROUBLESHOTING FOR REPLACED STARTER IN TOYOTA COROLLA 1999.
If the brakes on a 2003 Toyota 4Runner are locking up there is a problem with the calipers. The units should be inspected for wear, to avoid any serious injury.
Toyota has recently started replacing their gas pedals. These were the cause of major recalls.
This is usually caused by moisture in the air.
Bearing needs to be replaced
Died while driving? Alternator
under the driving seat
you don't mention if it's the engine or trans....my thoughts are trans...most likely a lock up solonoid...t
I think the calipers are attached with 14 mm bolts.
The 2.4 4 cylinder has a timing chain in which case requires no maintenance/replacement. The 3.3 V6 uses a timing belt and is required to be replaced every 90K under normal driving conditions. Most repair facilities that work on Toyotas can help you with that.
Because it has to be replaced.
134a replaced R12 about 1995.
most likely yes ****************************************************** Yes. Both have 5 lug - 3.97 inch patern High Positive Offset. HPO is to make room for brake calipers
Typicaly all Toyota timing belts should be checked every 10,000 miles and replaced every 50,000 miles it all depends on engine use and driving styles. If you do replace it buy an after market nitrile belt, some of the longest lasting belts.
Good idea - if one is bad the other is soon to follow
i have the same problem i replaced the ignitor and that didnt fix it then i replaced the distibitor and that didnt fix it but some one told me that it could be the temp sensor and failer to the button contact in the distribitor cap or module pick up or failer of the ignition control module if any of them don't help id take it to ya Toyota dealer and get them to check it out for u mate u
They have a timing chain, which you probably will never have to be replaced.