Last post on Jun 07, 2012 at 8:22 PM
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Toyota Tacoma, Brakes, Truck
#18 of 20 Re: Tacoma Brake Squeak and Clink Noises [tacomarye]
Jun 01, 2011 (4:55 pm)
I was wondering if you resolved your Tacoma's brake issues. I bought a brand-new 2010 tacoma and at 7,000 miles the brakes began to squeak when applied. Had the rear rotors changed out twice for being warped. Helped the problem for a while then the squeaking returned. Thinking this truck was defective, I traded in to the dealer for a 2011. I have 1900 miles and the same problem is happening with this Tacoma. Did you find out anything about your truck???
#19 of 20 Catepillar in the Toyota
Feb 09, 2012 (7:54 am)
My 2005 Tacoma Pre-runner has 90,000 mi. When I stop pretty hard from say 30 mph or more, like a panic stop for a changing traffic light with a camera, then slowly release the brake pedal, there is a bang sound like I've been hit from behind and the truck lunges forward a bit - kind of a catepillar movement feel. My theories relate to brake front/rear proportioning valve, two piece drive shaft u-joints or mount, master cylinder, rear differentail. Any insights?
#20 of 20 03 Tacoma brakes
Jun 07, 2012 (8:22 pm)
I am going to be getting my 4th set of front brakes put on my Tacoma with 74K on it. I have had both front calipers replaced (mechanic said that they were bad and that was the problem time before last). That didn't help. In addition, I have had master cylinder issues and have also replaced it. When my brakes started to grind again last week, I thought I would have to shell out more money for the same repair again. I drive easy on the pedal and I don't have a lot of stop and go miles. Any one else with the same problem or any suggestions on getting the repair done correctly this time?