Having problems with your 1998 Toyota Corolla ?

'98 corolla deceleration problem

\015 When driving around, it feels as though I am slowing down much faster than I should be (car is an automatic) For example, if I get up to 45 mph and let off the gas, it takes appx 4 seconds to slow down to 40 mph. If I get up to 45 mph then put my car in neutral, I slow down to 45 mph in about 6-8 seconds. I know something is off due to my gas mileage being somewhat more poor than it should be. I replaced the passenger side brake caliper since I saw dust and grime on that rim, I have not done the same to the driver's side (nor do I see much dust and grime around that rim). any help? thanks\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-09-2021

Answers :

Brake hose could be bad or this is normal for engine to brake vehicle all autos do this it is called engine braking it is normal. if your brakes are wearing uneven then i would suggest a brake hose on the passenger side.
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