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91 Toyota brake light problem

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Question From ribenn on 91 Toyota brake light problem

I'm working on a 91 toyota previa....the brake lights are not working and the cruise control will not turn off when brakes are applied. is it the brake switch? could it be something else?

Response From Double J

Certainly sounds like it to me.

Stop lamp Switch is only $22.00 + tax at autozone

Worth a try.

Response From ribenn

That was it........a big pain, there is no room under the dash. on the back side of the colum, had to remove/loosen a bunch of controls and dash pieces to get to it.


Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Thanks for posting back.
Glad we could help.

I hear you on the no room under there..
The human body certainly wasn't designed for that .


Toyota E brake light

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Question From Guest on Toyota E brake light

Hi. I have a 1997 Toyota Corolla, and for a few weeks now, the E brake indicator light has been going on and off on the panel while i've been driving. The e-brake is obviously not pulled up during these times. Any clue why the light would be coming on randomly?

Response From Guest

chk your brake fluid level there is a sensor for the low level and it is the same as you brake light.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Can be faulty switch or cables don't retract to off strong enough,


Toyota Shakes when I brake

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Question From FAMA5 on Toyota Shakes when I brake

I own a 2004 Toyota 4Runner. When I brake the truck shakes! I am not car savvy so I am not sure what it could be.

Response From Tonys68Chevelle Top Rated Answer

I agree with way2old. If the steering wheel shakes left to right when you hit the brakes. I would have your front rotors checked. If they are warped, replace your rotors and brake pads. There are different priced brake rotors on the market. Make sure you buy the more expensive rotors, made in the USA. The cheap rotors will not last.

Response From dave284

These guys are correct, to cut cost the rotors could be turned or machined meaning that a shop would shave them down abit. cost around $10.00 -$15.00 each if you take them off your self. But keep in mind a bad wheelbearing or tie rod could be the problem more than likely it's the rotors, Is there a vibration or pulsating in the pedal when braking???

Response From way2old

From the information you gave, sounds like you have a warped rotor. I base this on your statement as it only happens during braking.

93 Toyota pickup emergency brake warning light

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Question From 22639 on 93 Toyota pickup emergency brake warning light

Year of vehicle 93
Make of vehicle Toyota
Model of vehicle pickup
Engine size 6 cylinder
Mileage/Kilometers 6000000

The emergency brake dashboard warning light on my 93 Toyota pickup will not go out when the emergency brake is disengaged. I'm not feeling any drag so I'm sure the brake is completely disengaged but the light stays on. Could this be a major problem or something that I, myself, can fix? And if the latter....how?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

There are 3 different reasons for that light to come on

  1. Parking brake applied
  2. Low brake fluid level
  3. Hydraulic imbalance between braking systems

A fault in any of these systems will keep the light on.

Response From Sidom

Think I would go with #2....low level in the master cyl.... If that is the case then you may need frt brks or have a small leak somewhere...... either one needs to be checked out...

89 3.0 toyota truck idle issues

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Question From justtoold on 89 3.0 toyota truck idle issues

I have a 89 1 ton Toyota truck 240000 mi just tuned up ,had 1 injector and fuel pump replaced ,but when you stop with foot on the brake the idle surges up and down until you let off the brake,but at times it idles OK.

Response From Hammer Time

You may have a vacuum leak in the brake booster. Try pinching off the hose and see if the problem stops.

Response From justtoold

thanks, I've tried that, still surges.

Response From Hammer Time

That's the only thing with any relationship to the brakes.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hose itself could be leaking. Take it off and plug it at engine and bet the idle issues disappear,


Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Yes, but that wouldn't be triggered by stepping on the brake.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Right - that wouldn't be just when hitting brakes - sorry to mislead on that. If pinched that may not have shut it tight enough for that test. Kinda has to be booster related or somehow something goofy with the check valve right at it,


Response From Hammer Time

Unless the brake lights are shorting something out but I don't see the connection there either.

Response From Discretesignals

It is also possible that there is a vacuum leak somewhere other than the booster and when you step on the brakes that much more vacuum is being used by the booster to induce an idle surge. There are a bunch of vacuum lines on the passenger side of the intake that could easily be mis positioned or not plugged in.