How to Stop Brake Squeal on a 1991 Toyota Pickup?

Answer The most common cause of brake squealing on any type of automobile is a friction in the brake pads or discs when the driver applies the brakes. A certain amount of this squeal is considered normal,... Read More »

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How to Stop Brake Squeal?

Squealing brakes are embarrassing. There is little a driver hates more than those annoyed stares from everyone within earshot after stopping at an intersection. But more than that, brake squeal can... Read More »

How to Stop a Ceramic Brake Squeal?

The squealing of ceramic brakes is common among many vehicles. The reason ceramic brakes squeal is that the back of the brake pad vibrates against the caliper assembly. This vibration causes the sq... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a 1991 Toyota Pickup?

Although automobile technology has progressed to the point where it's hard for a weekend motorhead to do a lot of repairs, some simple maintenance tasks can still be done by most people. One of the... Read More »

How Do I Fix the Fuel Filter on a 1991 Toyota Pickup?

The fuel filter on the 1991 Toyota pickup is the main component that keeps fuel sediments out of the fuel injectors and the engine by trapping contaminants in the filter. The cleansed gas will then... Read More »