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    Unhappy Toyota Platz Brake problem

    Hello Guys,

    I own a toyota Platz or Echo, I have this problem that when the AC is running in rushy area's when first time apply the brake it is fine but as know one have to crawl through the area. My brake pad becomes so hard that it becomes almost impossible to stop the car. Brake Oil is good, With out AC brakes works fine.
    Any Suggestions.............!


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    i have same problem with my platz... if you find any solution also inform me...

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    running on CNG? If yes the problem is not cureable as it is caused by low vacuum in the inlet manifold.
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    I had this issue my my Rola 88 hmm It was improved by installing a vacuum pipe with those vacuum valves in them. Recently in my 98 Corolla I never had this issue but last week I replaced its complete servo brake and this problem started coming Hmm. I wonder why it was not in the old faulty servo. The stupid brake guy gave me 7/8 Bore Cylinder which when i researched turned out not suited and 13/16 is stock and better.
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