The brake system is relatively simple. The force when the pedal is depressed is transmitted to the master brake cylinder. The master brake cylinder uses an internal piston to exert pressure on a system of brake pipes filled with brake fluid and leading to each wheel of the vehicle. The brake fluid presses on the brake pistons and sets the brake pads in motion. By squeezing, the brake pads actually and prevent further rotation of the wheels and cause the car to stop. If your braking system has failed, causing you to have a serious accident, you should call a company that accepts scrap cars in vaughan.
Brake repairs are necessary if there are the following symptoms
the brake pedal is dropping or springing;
the brake pedal slows down or springs back; the vehicle brakes slowly, “hard brakes”;
The vehicle veers sideways;
the brakes become hot when the vehicle is in motion;
Increased free play of the brake pedal;
the brake pads stick to the brake discs;
the brake pads wear irregularly or are worn in a wedge pattern;
Bouncing at the steering wheel when braking;
handbrake does not hold;
brake fluid is leaking.
BRAKE PAD REPLACEMENT
Replacing the brake pads is a regular procedure, not even related to the repair of the brake system, but rather to the ongoing maintenance of the car.
Undergoing constant mechanical stress, the brake pads wear out over time and need to be replaced at regular intervals. Brake pads should be replaced every 15,000 km. A squealing noise, squealing noise or any screeching noise can be a warning sign that the pads need replacing.
BRAKE SYSTEM DIAGNOSTICS
In cases where replacement of the brake pads does not bring tangible results and the car’s braking system continues to cause concern, we recommend a diagnosis of the braking system, on the basis of which you can conclude whether further repairs to the braking system are necessary.