Brand new- first post- bear with me, as I try to explain...
I went back to the Toyota dealer today with a question, they ran a diagnostic and found no "errors", so I appeal to you.
I have been driving clutch cars/trucks for lots of years. My 2007 Tacoma Pkup has beeen great, but now has an unusual problem. When I park the truck in gear, (engine off) every 2 minutes or so, it gives a gentle rock (slight forward-backward motion. (clutch slipping?)This continues if I am parked on a slight (or more) incline. The truck slowly inches backward. The only remedy is using the emergency brake. This worked fine for quite a while, but few months ago, the emergency brake locked the back wheels, and my truck needed to be towed on a flatbed truck. The garage took the emergency brake apart, found nothing, greased, oiled and put it back together. All was good for a while, but now, especially after a rain, it seems the emergency brake is not releasing all of the way. It feels like I am driving with the brake partially on. My question... what's going on? What is this slight rocking when parked on incline? and is it affecting the emergency brake? What needs fixing?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks for reading.