The brake proportioning valve is a key part of your brake system. It controls the pressure between your front and rear brakes.
Knowing what signs point to a need for hydraulic hose repair or replacement is essential to good car maintenance.
Understanding brake fluid shelf life can make a big difference in your vehicle’s performance on the road.
If you’re maintaining your own brakes, then you will have to bleed them at some point. Here’s what you need to know to gravity bleed brakes.
Here’s a quick guide to diagnose and repair your soft brake pedal and keep your ride and your loved ones safe.
Before you start DIYing any of your brake work, one tool you’ll need is a brake bleeder kit. Here’s why these kits save time over other bleeding methods.
Your brake system can get air bubbles inside. While you can fix it, there is also a way to prevent it. Learn why and how to bleed brakes.
The quality of car fluids has improved in recent years. For instance, certain fluids are now considered “lifetime fill.” Here’s what you should know.
When considering disc brakes, drum brakes, electronic stability control and the anti-lock braking system, how do you test a brake master cylinder?
When you think about it, the idea that putting a small amount of pressure on a pedal could bring a speeding vehicle to a halt sounds a little ludicrous. Luckily, we’ve developed braking systems that do exactly that (and more). One key to good brakes is surprisingly small: the brake bleeder screw. Do you know how to use it and what it does for you?