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2007 tundra brake pads sticking

Just replaced rotters and pads with Duralast Gold Brake Rotor and pads. After putting everything back on and bleeding the system. I hear a sound when I go to release my foot off the brake peddle as if they pads are not releasing from the rotters. It's coming from both sides. Now the new pads area little bit thicker, but that should be an issue.

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Re: 2007 tundra brake pads sticking

Did you replace the pins that hold the pads in place?? They can cause the pads to hang up.

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Re: 2007 tundra brake pads sticking

No I did not replace the pins, they looked good. But should they be replaced?
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Re: 2007 tundra brake pads sticking

They only need to be replaced if they have wear marks in them or have corrosion. Around here that means I have to change them every time I change pads because the road salt gets to them.

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Re: 2007 tundra brake pads sticking

The pins were a little sticky going in an out, so I'll pick up some new ones today and replace them to see if that is an issue.
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Re: 2007 tundra brake pads sticking

A very small amount of never-seize compound in the holes through the pads and calipers won't hurt either. Don't get carried away though, just a small amount!

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Re: 2007 tundra brake pads sticking

I have a similar issue. not sure how severe of an issue this will cause other than premature pad wear

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