Question about 2005 Toyota Avalon
The ABS would have worked when the brake fluid dropped off. There is a maintenance schedule for checking brake pads/master cylinder kits. so if you have skipped this I recommend that it is important to have the brakes done up fully. Loss of fluid inthe system make the different wheels to lock seperately and the ABS sensors give command to the ECM to compensate-- the reason the rev went up.
So finally do not pour any fluid into because you have a faulty leak, maybe inthe wheel cylinder buckets. So have all the wheels checked before the fluids are replaced and bled to have your brakes back as new.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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