How to Change Brake Pads on a Toyota 4Runner?

Answer The brake pads on a Toyota 4Runner need to be changed every year. Usually, this is because the pad material grinds down to about 1/8 inch thick. At this thickness, the pads will have a hard time gr... Read More »

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How to Change Disk Brake Pads on a Toyota 4Runner?

Although very similar, the Toyota 4Runner uses four different brake caliper configurations for the front brake assemblies. They may vary in the number of shims, plates and cushions installed with t... Read More »

How to Change the Brake Pads on a 2006 Toyota 4Runner?

The 2006 Toyota 4Runner uses disc brakes on all four wheels. The calipers and pads on the wheels vary, however. The front wheels have fixed calipers that can't be removed from the brake discs, whil... Read More »

How to Replace the Brake Pads on a Toyota 4Runner?

Replacing the brake pads on your Toyota 4Runner may seem like an intimidating task, but doing it yourself can save you time and money. The pads are sacrificial in that they will wear out before oth... Read More »

How Do I Replace a 2006 Toyota 4Runner's Brake Pads?

The 2006 Toyota 4Runner comes equipped with all-wheel, anti-lock disc brakes as a standard safety feature. Toyota recommends replacing the brake pads every 40,000 miles to ensure that the pad mater... Read More »