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Monthly Archives: April 2021

How Do I Know if I Have Air in My Brake Lines?

How Do I Know if I Have Air in My Brake Lines?

Your brake lines transform the brake pedal into action as you apply pressure to stop your vehicle. They serve as the communication system that tells your brakes when to stop. Yet just like any ordinary mechanism, they can have anything go wrong with them at any time. Brake lines contain brake fluid that is vital to your ability to stop immediately. This fluid is carried from the master cylinder and goes straight into the calipers once you apply the pressure. And that's when your vehicle comes to a full stop. This action is prominent in hydraulic brake systems where fluid brakes and brake pads are used. One of the most common problems that can happen with your brake lines is the invasion of air. Air can get into them and result in a vehicle's inability to come to a full stop. Just imagine cruising down a busy highway only to have to stop suddenly. If air were inside your brake lines, something fatal could happen. A wreck might ensue if you cannot stop right in time, so knowing ... read more

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