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I have a brake vibration on a Yaris Sedan 2009

I am experiencing a slight brake vibration on the pedal 50% of the time... What to do ?

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its all computer controlled,try disconnecting the battery for a few minutes and see if that helps

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Before you go buying a new horn make sure you check the relay switch to the horn if it has a weak connection the horn of course will be weak also you may want to check if there's a loose connection. Hope this was helpful

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vehicles equiped with power assist when braking you should nut pump brake, you shoull keep firm foot preasure on pedal,to avoid the problem you are having, how ever check the check valve in vacuum line and line for leaks

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