1aauto: Yes it would be the same procedure. You should replace the brake pads in pairs. They are sold in pairs. If the rotors are warped or have grooves in them they should be replaced. We carry them on our website. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Abdul Kadir: Would this video be applicable to 94 Camry? Also, if I don't hear the grinding sound, is it likely my rotors don't need replacement? Lastly, is it two brake pads per wheel and is there a way I can know which wheel needs brake pads replaced (as to save time opening all the wheels)? And what does it mean to bleed a a brake? Thank you.
TRowe2000: Outstanding video! Thanks!
1aauto: It may be a similar procedure. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Jimmy Seminole: Thanks!
1aauto: If your application didn't have it in place when you took the brakes off, then your particular year may not have had one. You could always double check this with the dealer. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
Jimmy Seminole: Your instruction is very helpful. Thanks a lot! I replaced the front brake pads for my Toyota 2004 Camry but I did not find the v-shaped string called Brake Pad Drag Reduction Clip. Some other videos said that Toyota Camry had that clip and I even got it from the Toyota dealer store. Is that only for the later model of Camry? Thanks!
1aauto: Normally a thumping in the pedal is from something being warped or possibly the ABS module kicking on for some reason.
Sharon H: Sir thanks so very much, I have a question. We have installed new rotors and brakes on our 2004 Toyota Camry and we are getting this excessive bumping from the steering wheel once the brakes are applied when the vehicle was tested on the freeway. Any suggestions
1aauto: If you copy and paste this code into your YouTube search zqmFOnizkWI it will show you how to bleed your brakes. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
ferdie santos: hi sir can you show me how to bleed correcly in my 95 camry ty.
1aauto: Thanks for watching. We have some great deals on brake pad and rotor kits on our website 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
kvnmrn87: Thank you for the video. I went to the mechanic to check on my breaks that were making noises. I was gonna pay $175, but then i decided to do it myself. Its not as complicated as I imagined it to be. Thank you !!
natfunk71: I would suggest cleaning the hub with a wire brush before installing the new rotors. Also, clean and lubricate the caliper slides (14mm bolts) to prevent the caliper from seizing on the slides.
1aauto: There is a difference between the 15in and the 14in wheels. You need to make sure that you have that information clarified before making the purchase.
Carrie Koo: Is there any difference on the 95 V6 which has abs and 15 inch wheels?
manukansoljah: Thanks for the video save me money on changing my brakes helps alot just did mine came out pefect appreciate it
1aauto: You may have to find something to keep it from turning so that you can loosen it up.
Sillabnaed: Hi there thanks for your video , but one question , when I try to undo the 14mm bolt the nut behind it is turning , what size is the nut (I have to buy a spanner to fit it)
YzOleOwl: I just got a horrendous estimate to replace the front calipers on my '97 Camry. Garage repairman told me my passenger side caliper is grabbing and not retracting as it should anymore. I found your video which gave me more info about my problem...(and a way for this retiree to keep her head above water financially). I am going to solicit a bit of help...and do it myself. Thanks!!!
andrew122596: hey thanks for that just saved me a bit of meony for next time :D
1aauto: You should make sure that the brake pads are securely in place and fully functional before attempting to drive the vehicle for any distance.
Nin Tendo: Hi guys 1aAuto. I have a Corolla 99, and take off the pads, but, when unscrewing the pads screws, I did in a reverse way, tightenning instead taking off, and then, my first screw crack in two pieces. It is seem I have any brakes at all, or I still can take the car to the expert with any worries about brakes. I thinking on go no more than 15 miles per hour, maybe 10mph. I had buyed ceramic pads (apparently same as the cheaper ones) and brakes disc for front brakes. Some recomendations needed!
1aauto: Usually you'll feel a pulse in the brake pedal if the rotors are warped.
1aauto: When you press the brakes on the highway and the car starts to shake, if you feel it in the brake pedal more than likely the rotors are bad. You may also want to check the steering to see if anything is worn out, such as the ball joints, tie rod ends and also the steering stabilizer links. If any of those components are worn you may feel a shake in the steering wheel but might not feel it in the brake pedal. Hope this helps you out.
Adnan Abdul Moneam: My before deciding to bought new Rotor:
1) When should i change the rotor? (what are the symptoms).
2) When i'm going in highway road with 120Km/h and starting pressing smoothly (slowly) on my brakes & the car starts to (Vibrates/Shaking) which make me scare going high speed! (so what do you think this issue comes from!) - However I've changed the Front Brake Pads Only & Made a Polish for the Rotor only didn't change it (the rear break pads the mechanic told me they are still in good condition).
Adnan Abdul Moneam: To be honest, I've looked over similar videos for changing the rotor for my camry 99 model & they were all good but you were expert alot & i liked your work was great & motivated to do it.
I've few question to ask before deciding to bought new Rotor:
1) When should i change the rotor? (what are the symptoms) .
AnnoyingTheTriangle: I always turn my rotors OR replace. At least check them with a micrometer to make sure they are in spec.
Peter Quach: Excellent video!! Keep it up.
Louis Sanchez: in a shop they measure disc rotor runout in case the rotors have warped. Warping is felt by a pulsation in the brake pedal while applying the brakes. You can't tell rotor warpage by the fingernail test. If no pulsation is felt or complained about turning or replacing the rotors is not necessary. I know you know that. :) great video.
João Rocha da Silva: i would use a breaker bar to loosen the very tight bolts, or else the ratchet wont last long. Other than that, awesome video!
Bas Gutten: thank you
owen3150: It's a shame you can't turn the back wheels to make it easier to undo the bolts... especially when the shop before hand did them up so tight I needed a torque wrench to loosen it :\
1aauto: The slide clips are attached to the caliper mounting bracket and normally should have a light layer of grease applied so it allows the brake pads to move smoothly when the brakes are applies and released.
ridgers84: Brilliant! I need to change those slide pins on my Lexus is300 as I have a slight knocking/rattle and everyone seems to be able to cure it by doing this. Fantastic tutorial! I now feel confident in taking it apart
1aauto: You're welcome. Have a great day.
PovertyPointCustoms: Great informative video, thank you for sharing!
1aauto: They're not that hard to do if you take your time. Thank you for visiting our auto repair channel on YouTube. Have a great day. 1aauto.com
AK47HEAVYMETAL83: Very much appreciate the video Sir! I will now NEVER EVER going to a shop to replace my brakes for a $100 or so. haha Thanks again!
1aauto: All brake rotor installs are similar in that you need to remove the caliper and bracket to access the rotor. The 2003 model year Camry might have a slightly different bolt sizing as well as different positioning of everything compared to the 92-96 model years.
theBlakeBennett: is the install process very different or any more difficult for a 2003 Model Camry?
1aauto: You could try to bleed the front brakes to see if that helps to get some of the pedal back. Here's a great video that will show you how to do this. Hope this helps you out. youtube.com/watch?v=zqmFOnizkWI&feature=plcp
m00nchildblues: so this is exactly what I did and pumped the pedal a few times to get the pressure mechanism back to normal but now the pedal is going down to almost half way or more? The brake fluids are fine and above minimum. It does not drift when tested and there is no more vibrating but it seems the pedal is going down more than normal. any suggestions? thanks!
1aauto: Harbor Freight always has some decent tools that are fairly inexpensive. Here's a link to their website. That should allow you to get the tools that you need for the job. Hope this helps you out. harborfreight com
avion106: Fantastic instruction, great editing, I only wish I had all the necessary tools needed to replace mine
1aauto: We do have a couple of videos for this model year. We currently do not have a brake replacement one though.
Scott Barton: Do you have a video for a 99 Camry?
Medude24: Short and sweet, this video told me what I needed to know about changing my pads and rotors. All in all a very simple process! Thanks for the vid.
1aauto: I sounds like the video says around 70 ft/lbs. As long as they're on there nice and tight, they should be fine.
schizen z'holin: Thanks for the video, but the sound went out right at the ft/lbs on the caliper holder. Could you tell me what the number was? 50? not sure...that was on tightening the 17mm bolts.
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