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When braking fast or drive slowly over a speed bump, the brakes feel loose and make a noise.

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This can be the brake pads, the rotors, the bearings etc. You should get it looked at soon

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Check your brake hardwares make sure its in proper places and not loose. you would also want to check the caliper sliders, clean and lubricate with silicon lube. and lastly make sure that rotor backplates are not touching the rotors, you can do this by spinning the rotors while the wheel is off, if it is, then pry the backplates a little. hope this would help, goodluck.!

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SOURCE: 2004 Toyota 4Runner Sport Brake Problem

This is a problem with the ABS applying itself prematurely. From my personal experience with this vehicle this could happen for a few reasons.

  1. One of the wheel ABS speed sensors are Bad and providing a false reading that the car is about to skid before a complete stop and therefore actives the ABS. ( that's the pushing back of the pedal that you feel at slow speeds just before a FULL STOP).
  2. Its can be also cause by the gear that the sensor is reading or getting its signal from, (this gear is on the Axles and its goes in to the Hubs).
This can also because by the ABS unit itself that's malfunctioning and in my opinion should be under warranty from TOYOTA.
In my experience in my shop it was the ABS unit once and the ABS sensor about 3 times.
Here is mu suggestion have this vehicle hooked up to a SNAP-ON scanner with ABS program and drive ON LIVE DATA while driving look at wheel speeds coming from ABS/speed sensors on wheels. They should all be the same. Try to duplicate problem(hitting bumps on brakes etc) At this time if there is a problem with the sensor it should show a different speed and it will activate ABS. If then works out then you have found the source of the problem and you can make necessary repairs. Good Luck and contact if you need more help, Thanks for using FIX YA

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SOURCE: 1993 toyota landcruiser brake problem

sounds like vacuum brake booster diaphram has failed. its behind master cylinder and probably needs replacing.

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SOURCE: Rotating wheel noise from front end

That is the bearings going bad on it.

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SOURCE: brakes feel spongy.when pressed hard goes nearly

Either you did not bleed the brakes properly or they need adjusted. (rear only) Front most likely are disks. If you put pads on the front and spread the caliper pistons, you should pump the brake pedal 10 or 15 times to move the pistons out. Some ABS systems are notoriously hard to bleed.

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