94 Camry Is vibration during braking caused by bad ABS?

Tiny
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  • 1994 TOYOTA CAMRY

Brakes problem
1994 Toyota Camry 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 160+ miles

Hey There,

I'm having a pulsation/vibration occur when I brake- most noticeable between 20 - 45 mph. I just had the brakes checked, and although the pads are halfway worn, I was told that the rotors are not noticeably warped and have enough material left to be turned once more (the front, that is- the rear pads and rotors are both fine). There is the ABS light on in the dash however.

My question is this:

Is there a facet of the ABS system, that if faulty, can cause such symptoms?

. And if so, can I disconnect my ABS altogether to temporarily eliminate the pulsations (until I can afford to have it fixed).

I also have a slight vibration between 50 - 70 mph while cruising, which was much worse before I had my tires balanced, but is now just noticeable enough to be annoying. I think that is probably from the tires accumulating uneven wear due to R&B neglect (I just bought the car used), however I'm not about to fork out $400 on suspicion alone just to eliminate a little vibration when the tires have plenty of tread left. The reason I mentioned this is just in case there could be some correlation between it and the aforementioned vibrations during braking.

Do you
have the same problem?
Yes
No
Sunday, January 20th, 2008 AT 3:04 AM

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