The car in question is a 2009 Toyota Corolla, ABS Brakes, Automatic transmission and has 250,000kms.
The car is new to me so the service history of brake system is not available. What has been done already:
- New pads and rotors for front brakes
- New brake "shoes" for the rear drum brakes
- Inspected brake system for any leaks and no leaks found.
- Brake fluid level is at the correct level, although not sure about the last time the brake fluid was changed.
The issue here is that the "biting" point of the brake pedal feels too low compared to other cars I have driven.
What can I do to raise the "biting" point of the brake pedal?
Would changing the brake fluid help with this? I'm a bit reluctant to do this as I'm not sure how to bleed brakes on a car with ABS.
Thank you in advance.