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TRD Pro Soft Brake Pedal

Discussion in '5th Gen 4Runners (2010+)' started by OPTaylor, Sep 29, 2019.

  1. Nov 15, 2020 at 10:19 AM
    #31
    rickystl

    rickystl New Member

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    Interesting Thread. In January, I plan on trading in my 2010 FJ Cruiser for a 2021 4Runner TRD/ORP. The FJ is essentially the same drive train as the 4Runner. And the FJ has this same longer pedal travel before the brakes engage as described here. It is rather strange and took a while to get used to. I've never heard any noises, but then I don't hear well even on a good day. LOL
    Possibly the reason would be as mentioned in Post #15 above. Seems to make sense.

    Rick
     
  2. Nov 19, 2020 at 10:42 AM
    #32
    glwood54

    glwood54 Stop making me buy stuff!

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    I noticed a low decibel noise happen upon braking when I got my 2019 OR new last year. I would hear it every now and then, but don't even notice it any more. The pedal does travel a bit before the brakes engage, but braking is more than adequate once it engages.
     
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