I have a 1998 Toyota SR5 4 wheel drive, 4 wheel ABS brakes, with 93000 miles on it. I bought it from the original "older lady" owner in great condition. The only mechanical problem I have had is with a "soft" brake pedal. It goes too far down in my opinion. I have replaced rotors and pads up front. Rear shoes and drums are not new but have lots of life left on them and appear to be adjusted properly. I put a new master cylinder on thinking maybe I had a bad seal. No difference. When I pump the pedal once it stays up and applies brakes well. At first touch on pedal the left front pulls for a split second. I am wondering if I have air trapped in the ABS block or somewhere that I can't figure out or what my problem is. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 AT 2:53 AM