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No its not necessary ..... Mechanics do this automatically to earn 500 rupees. Correct way is to measure discs thickness and uniformity against oem defined values. If it is within range then no need of turning discs. Once it is out of the defined range , best practice is to replace discs but since its an expensive item so turning is done for unform thickness and smoothness. Gud mechanics do this with help of a micrometer screw guage. So find a gud mechanic for this job. If u can use a screw guage urself then tell machinist to turn it as per ur own value. Defined values for vitz will be available on internet. Google it. My advice to u , dont let the mechanic to turn ur discs until u measure them coz unnecessary turning damages ur rotors. Hope this answer helps.
thanks for your precious advise
can you advise me some good mechanic in lahore?
I m in khi bro ..... Know gud mechanics in islamabad tooo but no idea in lahore
yeah, tooling is bad, sometimes new pads will fix the wobbling, just break them in nicely
haters gonna hate, potatoes gonna potate
Exactly if the car wobbles then you need to fixed it with the help of tool
but my problem is not about the wobbling or anything
my problem is when in the morning i slowly put the brake pedal it makes noise like something is not grip properly like gram gram but on the other side if car runs for 10 - 15 min then there is no noise coming from any of the wheel
now the problem is very minor but it irrates me alot just to make thing more clear i had changed the disc pad and put the original toyota disc pad but stil the problem is there
one more thing the problem came few days back when there was heavy rain and car traveled too much in the rain then this problem arise after been driven on rain
now anyone help me the matter
Wet discs do produce sounds..... Ur problem is of loose pads ..... Any brake shims installed?
Get ur calliper pins greased also
yeah exactly disc pad produce sound like they are wet
in your opinion what may the problem ?
Get shims installed ..... Ur pads are slipping when forced against the discs on light foot. This will not be happening if u apply brakes with pressure. Had same problem with my civic, shims solved it. Slipping pads usually occurs on worn out pads or non oem pads coz they dont fit in properly due to difference in size, thickness etc
are u talking about this ?
if yes then this is already installed
If this is installed then rotors require turning ..... Go for it but take it to some sensible and parha likha type machinist ..... Better get it done from toyota people
yeah i m also thinking to go for turning
anyway thanks for your time and concern
Ma pleasure .... Best of luck
i have done with the turning but still the problem is same as before
i m not getting what the hell is there which is not getting clear
any expert person can put some light on this matter
It happens with all cars having disc btakes if brake is pressed very softly in slow speed .... Give pedal a manly push bro .... Tootay gi nhn brake .... Press with confidence .... May be this solve ur problem .... Btw have u measured discs thckness ?