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04 tacoma brake seizing up

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Question From curious54 on 04 tacoma brake seizing up

2004
Toyota
Tacoma (base)
2.4L
4x2
automatic
120,000 miles

Drivers side brake seizes up to a point where i have to stop the vehicle due to it smoking. I have already replaced the rotor and brake pads. I took off the caliper and pressed the brake to see if the brake fluid would come out. The fluid trickled out instead of squirting out. Could this be the master cylinder or ???? Please help

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I would replace both calipers and flex brake hoses in the front.

New caliper leaks at screw from brake hose.

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Question From reelfisher10 on New caliper leaks at screw from brake hose.

Just got a remanufactured brake caliper on my 01 dodge ram 1500 4x4 and when I hook it up to the brake line it leaks when I pump the breaks. Leaks right underneath that square nut thing that has the screw go through it which holds the break line to the caliper. Is there suppose to be some kind of special seal there because there wasn't one there when I took it off.

Response From Double J

It has to have a copper washer on both sides of "that square nut thing "..
It had to have one when you took it off or else it wouldve been leaking...It either fell off or its stuck on the square nut part of the hose or stuck to the old caliper.
They are NOT reuseable...get new ones....Make sure you put one on each side of the square nut thing...also make sure you removed the old ones.

The reman caliper shouldve came with them....They Usually come with all the necessary hardware including the copper washers ,but not the banjo bolt.(Screw as you call it)

Response From reelfisher10

And the two bolts that go through the caliper to the caliper bracket, get flat and locking washers?

Response From MarineGrunt Top Rated Answer

I've personally never seen lock washers on the caliper pins on any vehicle I've ever done a brake job to but I think I remember seeing somewhere that some vehicles such as Toyota use lock washers. I could be wrong though. I've never seen them on any GM vehicle. If yours didn't have them when you took them off I wouldn't be putting any back on. Try and find a diagram on the brake system on Dodge's part website and see what it shows. I'm sure the mechanics here can give you a definite answer though.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

These should be standard fare out there. Solid copper and the seal is the grooves which will impregnate/squish the copper some both seal and lock it. That's why they say never re-use them. Never saw one intentionally to be also a lock washer but some method may be out there for that.

Back a few posts - they should have come with them! Pic may not show but just like this if it does...........



T

brake caliper sticking??

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Question From Guest on brake caliper sticking??

i have a 97 toyota 4runner 4wd v6 limited. im having a problem with the right front wheel. every morning when i put car in drive hte right front brake sticks. when i stop it stick and i have to drop into reverse then back into drive without touching the brake, then it rolls fine. to fix this i replaced the wheel caliper and thought i was good to go for two days only. this morning it started again. is new calipher bad, or am i looking at somthing more in the front drivetrain, or master cylinder? any help would be in your debt. thank you

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

First of all, you should never replace only one caliper. Everything done on the front brakes should always be done in pairs.

I would replace the other caliper and both front flex hoses. those are the 2 things that commonly cause that. Also make sure you didn't rotate the caliper and twist the brake hose when you installed it.

Response From DADP

Just went through a sticking driver side caliper on 1995 Chevy Truck. Replaced caliper, still sticking but a little better. replaced master cylinder - no change. read about flex brake line on this site and tried that - Bingo! brake flex line was not allowing brake caliper to release. replaced flex line and problem resolved.

2001 Toyota Camry Uneven Brake Pad Wear

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Question From plsmoothy on 2001 Toyota Camry Uneven Brake Pad Wear

Hi guys,

Need your help on this one. My girlfriend has a 2001 Toyota Camry 3.0, V6 with 230,000 and 4 wheel disk brakes. She's really bad about maintaining her car and she wore the front, left brake pad down to the metal and ruined her rotor. When I got under the car to change the pads I noticed the following. The front, left brake pads wore significantly more than the front, right did. To give you an estimate I would say that the front, left had 0% brake pad remaining and the front, right had 20% remaining. The rear pads, both right and left, had very little wear at all. They were at about 90% remaining. There was barely even any brake dust on the calipers. Even stranger, the rear pads were manufactured by Toyota. The front were manufactured by a different company. Is it possible that the rear pads were the same ones the car originally came with??? Do the front break pads generally wear down that much faster than the rear? What might be causing this uneven wear? I didn't bleed the brake lines but I plan on doing it in the next day or so. I did visually inspect the lines for leaks and didn't see any. As always, your expertise is greatly appreciated.

Paul

Response From Mr.scotty

Yeah, alot more of your brake stoping power comes from the front(about 75% i beileve) then the rear so this makes the front wear out alot quicker.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

To add - paul: When brakes are found not evenly worn take notice. Tons of miles on this thing so open to what has already been replaced the second time!

Uneven wear can be in the top few reasons - calipers and or not lubed enough/stuck parts, or just freezing up, brake hoses can also let pressure in and not return all or enough to freewheel again properly or at all sometimes. If rust is an issue some brake pads will shed the lining up to falling right off. Go quality especially with/if rust is an issue.

As Mr. Scotty said - the fronts of cars (some trucks can wear rears faster adjusting for loads) but never a certainty do most of the work.

Hey - IMO you should be rotating tires on a schedule and a great time to take a peek at brakes at the same time so you don't get caught with them at the end. Dismantle/remove calipers is much more telling if old w high miles - re-lube. Still just glancing isn't the whole story but helps give you a clue,

Tom

Response From plsmoothy

Appreciate it guys ... thanks so much!

Rear Brake question

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Question From Noble on Rear Brake question

On My 2008 Toyota Highlander Sport, my rear driver side brake pads were wore down to the steel plate while all other brake pads have 1/2 to 3/4 of ceramic left on them. I replaced both the rear rotors and pads on the Highlander. I also greased the caliper pins as those didn't seem to have much on them and were a little hard to move. The passenger side caliper had a small hole or rip in the caliper boot (Should i be concerned?). I was able to compress both calipers with little effort.
After I was done replacing the parts, I tested both rear wheels by placing the Highlander in neutral. As i spun both wheels by hand, i had my wife apply the brakes. Both wheels stopped and released properly telling me the calipers were not dragging the brakes and are releasing properly.
I'm very new at working on a brake system. Does it sound like the calipers need to be replace or does it sound like i resolved the issue and shouldn't experiencing anymore issues with the driver side brake pads?


Thank you

Response From Tom Greenleaf

"
I'm very new at working on a brake system."


It's a terrible place to learn without hands on help - no mistakes. By the sounds of things this needs the whole job for rears, calipersm, flex hoses, rotors, pads and if this uses a parking brake inside rotor possibly that too and any cable not perfect for those as well. Seems like this might have been dunked in water over the brakes at some point or just dumb luck with one side wearing out like that vs the other and that happens. Always best to do both sides equally with brakes,


T

Response From Noble Top Rated Answer

Yes that's true. Hands on help would be best from someone that knows what their doing. Unfortunately I don't have that person :) . So I've had to relay on You tube videos for my model car and AllDataDIY step by step instructions. The Pads and rotors are not hard, its the troubleshooting part of it that i struggle with. I've watched a video this morning on how to replace the calipers and doesn't look hard. Just need to make sure i get all the air out of the line and bleed them properly when I'm done. Thank you for in input and I'll very much consider replacing the calipers and brake hoses.




Thank you

Response From Hammer Time

If you pushed the pistons back easily and lubed the slides and the brakes are releasing, I wouldn't worry about it. Sounds like the calipers are fine.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Plenty of not sure quite yet.
You said you knew they were ceramic pads? Tell me, does this vehicle specify them or you asked for them or what? I was psyched when they first became popular by "Centric" I think - claims of no dust, forever life (not) and did lose a pad off backing plate and they looked like great quality pads vs some I've seen. Then another did that on another person's vehicle.


Not working on other's vehicles at all but aware of what gets done around me with folks. Rusty here is the common early cause of problems but can buy better stuff. Know that none of the stuff likes being dunked under water if that ever happened. Didn't you mention a sticky pin and ripped boot to a piston? NG - why is the question for that.


Water issues: Any reason, flooded, drove thru a surprise puddle or found common with vehicles the launch boats and put 1/2 the vehicle under water to get the boat off! Any reason what clearly happens is warm brake, bearings, calipers, wheel cylinder if used suck in water when they cool off suddenly - you are screwed to need lots - got the t-shirt on that crap.


Brake stuff short of a military Hummer is just water resistant not water proof for being submerged. If my own and knew it would instantly take things apart and re-lube everything possible and get water out,


T

Response From Noble

You make a good point about the pad falling off the back plate. I've heard of that happening with ceramics and now that i think about it, that's probably what happened. I believe Champion auto put those pads on the car 50,000 miles ago. I think they used the "perfect stop" brand....never heard of them but the anti-vibration plate had that name on them. Maybe they were a poor quality. The OEM part number for the pads are 0446648120. I "think" they are ceramic and that's what I replaced them with last night. Nothing I could find was rusted as far as the caliper and bracket. The back plate had some rust on it but seem to have been ok. The parking brakes looked find and I adjusted those and seem to work well.
I haven't towed a boat with this, so they shouldn't have been fully submerged in water. But I'm sure it's been through puddles that may have submerged it.




Thank you

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - By rights any pad should be sealed pad to backing plate and NOT rust such that it throws off the lining. IDK for sure about the "ceramics" if they are more prone to the issue but will NOT buy them again by any brand because of that alone.


They were quiet, no dust then missing in action - doesn't cut it with me.


I don't think it's going to totally matter as long as they will be at least misted with water from normal rain if that is going to happen screw that. Of course all of a sudden the metal backing plate to rotor will trash rotor or worse if piston(s) come out too far they can cock and jam too. Those even if you can persuade them to go back in straight and not leak I don't trust that for crap.


Not driving much to wear out my own anymore but have had excellent luck with NAPA's "True Stop" - who knows who makes them? Mid priced for them. Higher price can be for other reasons not wanted by all and IMO more apt to be noisy for those vehicles that noise is an issue - some never are and some you can jump thru all hoops and they still make noise?


Not a fan of now totally common rear disc brakes as they catch the rain and water from the front wheels - drums don't but most you need to clean or dump brake dust out if nothing else over the life of them. Can't win at all types,


T