Having problems with your 1986 Toyota Camry ?

The inside of my front rotor has been grinded down really bad. It look like the top of the wheel was tilted to the inside and just grinded everything, the caliper, in inside brake, but the outside pad was perfect. Could this be a ball joint problem?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-09-2017

Answers :

No its a caliper bracket problem it means the caliper pushed in on the inside brake and wore it right out to the point that it messed up your rotor because the pins on the caliper bracket did not move,so the outside pad was not doing anything, try to free them if not replace it
Sounds like 1 of 2 things
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\015\0121 bad wheel bearing
\015\0122 bad caliper sliders likely the caliper sliders are seized and will require some work remember to use antiseize when re assembling caliper especialy on sliders and bolts also remember to tighten the wheel nuts in a star patern not a circular patern as this will allow the wheel to mount the drive hub properly
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