Brake pad sensors are important — here’s how they work.
Anti-lock brake systems save lives. Accidents are prevented and some are mitigated. What is ABS and does your vehicle have such a system?
Whether you are building a new project or just replacing some worn out parts, brake lines have long been a source of frustration for DIY mechanics. There are two processes that create the headaches- flaring and bending. This article focuses on the task of bending brake lines and fuel lines.
There are several laws governing automotive lighting, such as headlights, taillights, fog lights, and stop lamps, but what is a third brake light for?
If you were asked when you should use your emergency brake, the most obvious answer would most likely be “in an emergency,” it’s right there in the name!
Some people don’t just roll old school — they stop old school, too. With drum brakes.
Brakes are often overlooked and taken for granted until you have a significant problem on your hands. When it comes to the most important safety mechanism on your vehicle, letting … Continue Reading 10 Ways Your Car Is Warning That You Need Brake Service
Looking at disc brakes, have you ever wondered about brake pad size, shape and form? Most brake pads are shaped as a sector of a circle since brake rotors are circular, but what about slots, grooves or angles that are cut into them?
Here’s what you need to know about the different types of brake fluids and when it may be time to change or refill those fluids.
Let’s take a look at a parking brake vs. emergency brake to understand how these systems are designed to operate and why they have different names.