When you apply pressure to your brake pedal, the pressure pushes brake fluid to engage a series of mechanisms that force the brake pad onto the disc rotor bringing your car to a stop. The brake pad is attached over the brake calliper, it applies and releases the brake pads from the disc rotor.
The calliper is hollow in shape, inside there is a piston that moves back and forth when you apply and releases the brakes. Inside the calliper, there is a rubber section which ensures that hydraulic fluid does not leak from it.
If your vehicle’s callipers have not been serviced on time then consider bringing your vehicle to Advanced Automotive Electrics’ workshop. Our team will handle all the fitment and brake components with ease. This will result in more balanced braking and extended brake-pad life.
Simply call us and write us down with issues that you’re facing while braking your vehicle, we will help you out with a prompt solution.