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  1. Tacoma 1st Generation (1995.5–2004)
    I just got a 99 tacoma v6 5spd 4x4 a few weeks ago. The rear passenger brakes are over adjusting and causing the drum and rim to get hot. I have replaced the drum, brake shoes, all the internal hardware (springs, horseshoe clamps etc), and the automatic adjuster. The brakes are still over...
  2. Camry 7th Generation (2012-2017)
    Three days ago while stopped at a light the car creeped forward forcing me to press harder on the brake to keep vehicle from moving. Next day drove for 100+ miles with some stop and go traffic no problems. Third day drove 50 miles and upon arriving at home brakes felt spongy and nearly hit...
  3. Camry 5th and 6th Gen '02-'11, Solara '04-'08
    Short story: Toyota is telling me I need to have my front brake pads replaced, shims changed, and rotors resurfaced. Long story: I had new front brake pads installed on my 2009 Camry in October 2013 at a Toyota Dealership in Raleigh. My front rotors were also resurfaced at the time. Took the...
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