I recently purchased a used 2002 Toyota Sienna XLE that had brake issues. I replaced the master cylinder, put in new pads, pins, rubber boots, and checked the rear drum brakes, which had almost no wear on them. I did clean them with brake cleaner anyway. I then followed the test in my Haynes Manual to check the brake booster, which is working properly, according to the test.
All the previous braking issues, stuck brake calipers, spongy brakes, brakes not working at times on turns, etc were all resolved. However, it seems like I'm still getting more pedal travel than on other cars I've driven before the brakes engage.
Is more brake pedal travel normal for a Toyota or is there something else I should be checking for?