Question about 2000 Toyota Camry Solara
Try this: Pull up the park brake lever; and put the car in gear. Accelerate slowly. Does the car move at all, it should NOT move at all...? If it moves freely, the rear brakes are not adjusted properly (assuming that the car does NOT have rear brake discs/pads)...the long pedal stroke could be from worn rear brakes and/or the rear brakes being way out of adjustment. Very common. Try this, and please get back to me. Thnaks.
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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