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    Exclamation Need to change Shawks for corolla 1994 japanese

    Hi,
    I need to know the information about good shawks available preferably in islamabad/rawalpindi. I dont want to buy any chinese taiwan stuff. i need them with money back guarantee (if possible). I have tried dora shawk wala in pindi for my previous cars but i am not satisfied with his work.

    Also, my brakes works 30% only after a long drive and frequent brake application. If i turn off engine for about 5 to 10 mins, then it works fine. A mechanic suggested to change the brake booster (serva).

    What do you pros suggest for me?

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    im not a pro but just adding my 2 cents
    for servo & new shocks goto gawal mandi / saddar in rawalpindi. or for qabli goto sultan da khoo. Also Change your front disc brakes pad and get the discs cleaned to improve your braking..

    P.s check your brake oil as well
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    For shocks you must go for kabli ones if possible visit shubah peshawar..
    and yes the problem is with the break servo change it with kabli ones it will cost you abt Rs/- 1900-2400 no need to change the rotors..
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    Servo is available complete for this corolla for around 2000Rs in outstanding condition.

    From this guy in Sultan ka khoo Saeed, 0300 5572173

    Shocks get Qabli shocks from Akhtar Sultan ka Kho. 0300 5350240
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    rolla 94 has cheapest parts available in market after mehran.search ahata mithu khan in detail n u will get what u want.if u want new stuff u may got0 gawal mandi.
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    brake fluid shoudl be changed annually, also incorrect fluid could cause the brakes to fail. you shoudl first have the lines bled and filled with teh correct fluid (from a freshly opened can).

    next if the pads are good, have a look at the disk/drum. if the contact suface is flat you can eliminate this as a problem. however if your pads are worn have them replaced. if hte disc/drums are scratched/pitted use ONLY sandpaper to haveb the surface slightly smoothed. if you feel the damage is enough to justify "tooling" then it's better you swap out the disk/drum. make sure you take the time to "bed them in" after fitting any new brake components.

    if all else fails, have the seals checked in the master cylinder (if possible) otherwise if it is not forming the correct pressure then replace it.


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    shocks
    maybe he's got some other "shawks"
    1. A car is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it, 2. Resale wont save your life in an accident, 3. Genius has limits, stupidity has none, 4. Never argue with an idiot, they will bring you down to their level & beat you with experience, 5. Growing old beats the alternative -- dying young! 6. انّا للہ و انّا الیہ راجعون

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    Quote Originally Posted by Storm View Post
    brake fluid shoudl be changed annually, also incorrect fluid could cause the brakes to fail. you shoudl first have the lines bled and filled with teh correct fluid (from a freshly opened can).

    next if the pads are good, have a look at the disk/drum. if the contact suface is flat you can eliminate this as a problem. however if your pads are worn have them replaced. if hte disc/drums are scratched/pitted use ONLY sandpaper to haveb the surface slightly smoothed. if you feel the damage is enough to justify "tooling" then it's better you swap out the disk/drum. make sure you take the time to "bed them in" after fitting any new brake components.

    if all else fails, have the seals checked in the master cylinder (if possible) otherwise if it is not forming the correct pressure then replace it.




    maybe he's got some other "shawks"
    Thanks bro. Can i contact you in islamabad, if possible, i will let you to check the car physically for a better and perfect advice.
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