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Back brakes on 2006 Corolla make a clunking noise when I put my foot on the brake pedal.

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  • boxgirl2385 Sep 05, 2009

    I brought this problem to the attention of the Toyota dealer. They were unable to find anything wrong. That is if they looked at the brakes.

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The brakes need to be adjusted up.
The clunking noise you hear are the springs expanding.

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It sounds like the rear shoes have come loose inside the drum. If this has happened it could cause serious damage and cause your brakes to lock up on you causing a wreck.

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SOURCE: 2006 Corolla back brakes make clunk sound when I

warped drum or rotoer will caluse this!!!

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