I have a 2006 toyota Tacoma. I got my front brake pads replaced about 2 months ago and I noticed when I picked up my car that is was making this squeaking rubbing noise when I accelerated out of a full stop. I took it back to the mechanic because it was annoying and I wanted to make sure that nothing was wrong. He told me that the brake pads he installed were slightly larger than the originals and that something was rusty and the brake pads were rubbing a bit on the rust and that he could turn the rotors but doesn't recommend doing that on a Toyota. So he sent me away free of charge and told me to bring it back after around 1000 miles if the sound does not stop (assuring me that I wasn't doing any damage to anything). Well after about a month the noise did go away but now I have vibration in my brake pedal when I brake. I have taken it back to the same place and am awaiting the verdict. If it is the rotors, shouldn't this shop be held responsible?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013 AT 12:19 AM