How to Replace the Rotor in a Toyota Camry?

Answer Brake rotors, also known as brake discs, don't need to be replaced very often over the lifetime of your Toyota Camry. When the wear down or get warped, they can cause your Camry to shudder and puls... Read More »

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How to Replace a 1993 Toyota Camry Rotor?

The brake rotors on the Toyota Camry are just as important to the safety of the car as the brake pads. When the brake rotors get too thin or they sustain damage from brake pads, you need to replace... Read More »

How to Remove a Front Brake Rotor in a 1991 Toyota Camry?

Damage to the rotors on your 1991 Toyota Camry occurs over time, but can often be attributed to a bad brake-pad repair. Signs of damage to the rotors include a large amount of brake dust built up o... Read More »

2004 Toyota Camry Front Brake Rotor Removal?

Brake rotors are large metal discs behind each wheel and are connected to the axle. The brake pads squeeze the brake rotor when you step on the brake pedal, causing the 2004 Toyota Camry to come to... Read More »

How to Replace the Rotor in a Toyota Highlander?

Your Toyota Highlander relies on brake rotors, calipers and brake pads all working together to bring your vehicle to a halt. If your Highlander seems to be pulsing and shuddering when you hit the b... Read More »