My Camry is taking longer to stop?

Asked by Apr 22, 2015 at 11:22 AM about the 2005 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car was working fine up until yesterday afternoon. When I go to stop, my car still rolls
just a bit before stopping. There seems to be more force done to the breaks before it will
stop. I was wondering, do you think the break pads just need replacing or is there air or
something more serious?

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Have the pads checked,if good bleed them,if this doe,s not help,check the brake master cylinder.

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Good morning TST. ButterrMann. TST has a good answer, but make sure this is hooked up, the blue is vacuum line and the blue arrow goes to vacuum source. This is especially true if you hear a sucking or hissing sound. If you don't hear that, probably not this. But notice check valve also Part 44730. click for full screen

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