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    Unhappy ABS kicks in way earlier than req - Corolla Gli

    Aoa pals
    hope you all are doing well.
    I own a 2010 model toyota corolla gli which has done around 11k kms. The car is doing pretty good. Recently however I feel that there is some problem with braking.
    I feel that the ABS kicks in way earlier than it should, leading to very bad braking distance. Even with not so hard brakes, ABS kicks in multiple times causing larger braking distance. Abs even kicks in very slow street driving when brake is applied for negotiating the speedbreakers on very slow speeds.
    I have a feeling that this problem has something to do with the 10k service in which toyota guyz services the brakes as the problem is there after 10 k service however if I brake hard cpl of times by stamping the brake pedal then the car remain ok for some time (some hours, days or even a week) .
    Anyone else has faced this problem and any idea what is causing the problem and how to get it fixed.
    PS: tires are stock eurostars with stock rims
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    Don't expect better than this from Local Cow. Same issue with a GLi in my family
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    Do as @abdullah1 has said it will solve your problem.

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    if you choose to clean the tone wheel - make sure you dont magnetize it or the sensor face. Only use a rag with some degreaser - no sandpaper no file or wire brush.
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    bleeding= when there is an air bubble trapped in lines of your braking system. since fluid (braking oil is nearly incompressible and air is), which eventually leads to poor braking.
    cure..tel maqanik to "brake pump karke hawa shawa nikal do " :p
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    Did you take it to Toyota workshop again and tell them that the problem started after periodic service? If no have a word with them or if you did, then what did they say?
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    if you choose to clean the tone wheel - make sure you dont magnetize it or the sensor face. Only use a rag with some degreaser - no sandpaper no file or wire brush.
    Zulfi bhai i need you expert opinion regarding engine oil..Please check you inbox and this thread


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    Quote Originally Posted by hayat.muhammad.100 View Post
    Hello,

    I have GLI 2009 and drove it 80K km. every thing was fine just a couple days back i start observing the ABS is triggering abnormally. as explained by you even in slow speed. i have changed the front disk pads and did balancing and allignment, but i dont think so thats because of this.
    What i think is some thing wrong with ABS mechanism, the Sensor etc.
    Can you please guide me how did you fix this problem.
    Brother may be ur case is different as my car was not much driven at that time even today it has clocked just 21k and my problem was solved as per the advice of guru Xulfiqar. After a thorough car wash the abs started behaving normally.
    the sensors were having mud on them and till date ma sha Allah working fine on stock tires and rims.

    PS if your instrument cluster is not giving you warning light of ABS then consider the abs system okay and hunt for other remedies. The ABS light should go off after the engine is started but if it remain turned on during the drive the there is some problem with ABS system.
    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    on your hubs would be star wheels and a stationary magnetic sensor, if the star wheels are dirty plugged with mud or oil and have crud stuck to the sensor magnet - it will not be able to detect wheel speed correctly. Those sensors are for ABS regulation, dirty ones cause crazy regulation.
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    bro follow xulfiqar bhai. dont do bleeding. the car is new, no need for that
    anti BLING BLING!
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    ^Bleeding as per Toyota is to be done at every brake oil/discs change which is 40k kms.

    At times even when discs are faced, the desi mechanics fiddle with the brake fluid, air comes in the system which acts for delay in braking.

    Bleeding is done by pumping the pedal lightly and then hardly(in local words - brake banai jati hai); the air in the system escapesd when one of the outlet for fluid from a wheel is detached in the meanwhile. The same process follows for the other wheel.

    If it isnt properly done, one will notice a lose or not so perfect emergency brake specially.
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