Does your car pull to one side under braking? Does it not perform as well as it used to, even though the engine is in good tune? Does one wheel radiate heat after a drive, or give off an acrid smell? Do your brake pads wear more quickly on one side of the car than the other? These can all be signs of a stuck brake caliper.
Calipers are really pretty simple machines. Here's how they work: When you step on your car's brake pedal, a piston in the brake master cylinder forces brake fluid through a combination of rubber and steel lines to the calipers, where the pressure pushes against one or more hydraulic pistons. These squeeze the brake pads against the rotors, or discs, applying the force evenly to both sides.
Refurbishing your brake calipers is important to your vehicle's overall health and longevity.
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