Have a 1995 camry 4cyl. Just looking for a little help in changing the power steering belt. I just need a step by step guide.
Front wheel bearings - thanks, I will have them looked at. As for the breaks, the pedal feels consistent from day-to-day and doesn't sink when I hold it (or not that I can feel). It just that over time it has become like it is. As I mentioned, having the fluid replaced and the beaks cleaned made a world of difference but only for a short time.I would have a shop check your front wheel bearings ASAP, if they are worn badly than the entire hub will be loose causing the car to wander a bit as the wheels will have play in them, it will also cause a vibration in the brakes as to rotor will push out on the caliper as the hub wobbles.
Any info helps. I usually go to the shop at the dealer, but I know they didn't replace anything. (they fine at fixing, but not great at diagnosing)Having it cleaned they would have freed it, but I doubt they would have replaced it, as you can only get new boots with a new caliper, or maybe from the dealer
You can get new boots at any parts store. A pin froze on our camry and we destroyed the boot tryign to get it out. The set of 4 boots is under 10 bucks.It is possible that one or more of the slide pins on the caliper has frozen, due to a ripped boot. Having it cleaned they would have freed it, but I doubt they would have replaced it, as you can only get new boots with a new caliper, or maybe from the dealer. I am just speculating now though, I can't really give you a definite answer, only the possibilities. having one caliper stuck would put more stress on the other and most often causes warping as well as greatly decreased pad life.