2004 Camry Se, brakes randomly went out and came back after being parked a while, also a creaking noise from rear when accelerating from a stop and stopping.

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Asked by Sep 06, 2014 at 11:50 PM about the 2004 Toyota Camry SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2004 Camry Se, a while back the rear of my
car started creaking when letting of the
brake and beginning to accelerate. Or when
stopping. Also (about a month ago) I hit the
brakes to come to a stop and I couldn't stop
until my foot was all the way to the floor
(there was no pressure) I parked and it went  
away after a while. I assumed they were
wet. But today after a month of random
creaking the brakes did it again and I had to
push the pedal to the floor and have the
brakes lock up and the car skidding to
come to a stop. I parked the car. And it's
gone again. What could be the problem?

6 Answers

71,985

Have you checked the brake fluid?

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Forgot to add that in, yes plenty of brake fluid, it's definitely not the issue. It's a random thing.

71,985

May need to check the back brake,s sound,s like you may have bad pad,s or your emergency brake,shoe,s in side rear rotor hub ,may be bad.

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Would that also explain the loss of pressure?

1 of 1 people found this helpful.
71,985

Yes,pad,s wore out,you have loose space,leading to what i call spunge pedal.

71,985

Of course,if they pad,s are good,you may can just bleed them.

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