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Have toyota hilux surf 1996, what should the rear brake balance be, also for park brake? Would this be the reason right front & left rear holding on?


The front brakes not releasing can only be restricted rubber
brake hoses & rusted caliper pistons,as well as rust on every sliding
surface & no lube, for calipers & pads

The rear is rusted & frozen parking brake cables

Feb 12, 2013 | 1996 Toyota Hilux

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When i brake the steering is shaking


I had this problem before and it was caused by unevenly warn brake disks. Unbalanced front wheels can also cause this effect.

Jan 16, 2013 | 2007 Toyota Hilux 2.7

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I was needing an Owners Manual for a 1996 Toyota Hilux Surf - In English


Hi there: Try this links...

- Toyota 4Runner - Hilux Surf Workshop and Service Manual (90 - 95)
- 1998 - TOYOTA - 4RUNNER ID: greatfalls / Pass: publiclibrary
Select Auto Repair Center, year, make, model and engine series.

- 4-Runner/Hilux Workshop Manual - 1990-1995 (33 Mb)

- 4-Runner/Hilux Workshop Manual - 1996-2002 (28 Mb)

- Toyota Engine 1KZ-TE 3 Litre Turbo Diesel ( Hilux 4WD ) Service Manual





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Jun 18, 2012 | 1996 Toyota Hilux

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BRAKE LIGHT ON , BKAKES SOFT FADE. i THOUGHT REPLACING PADS AND ROTERS, BLEED ENTIRE SYSTEM. PROBLEM STILL EXIST. I'AM THINKING BOOSTER WHAT DO YOU THINK.


Brake pads, rotors, and boosters do not cause brakes to fade. They also do not cause the light to come on. Hydraulic leaks cause brakes to fade and also the light to come on. Check all of your brake lines and fittings for leaks. Check also the calipers and/or wheel cyliders for leakage. If you cannot find any external leaks and you are not losing any brake fluid, then the problem is caused by an internal leak in the master cylinder or (if you vehice is equipped with antilock brakes) the antilock control module

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Tapping noise on start up then fades away all together within 30-40 seconds, could this be wrong verosity oil or? 2004 workmate 2.7 petrol hilux


The tapping is normal at start up, and is caused by lack of oil at the top of engine. The sound goes away within the time frame you stated (30-40 seconds). You have nothing to worry about.

Jul 05, 2010 | 2004 Toyota Tacoma

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Brake pedal fades after starting vehicle,replaced master cylinder,bled brakes


mcdevito75 here, you:ll have to be alittle more secific with your problem, does the pedal fade at a red light?? The power brake assist will cause the pedal to fade just a shade, if your drums / Rotors were cut to often or cut too much the pedal will fade, also make sure you have brake linning

Jun 17, 2010 | 1995 Nissan Pickup

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Brake light/handbrake flashes occasionaly. 1995 hilux.


check brake fluid for color. it should be claer. you are talking about the dash light right.

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Rear drum brakes on hilux wont lock up when heavy brake on gravel


More than likely won't if equiped with Antilock system

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Ford focus 04, handbrake light stays on when driving but faded


make sure u are not low on brake fluid,this will also illuminate the red brake light.

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