Hearing about brake maintenance, the first reaction of many people is that the brake system still needs maintenance? ! This must be the deceit car owners who spend more? !
But what is the truth? First of all, let's understand: because of its working characteristics, the brake system has been working in a very harsh environment under rain, freezing, wind and sun, sand and stone, bumps, corrosion, etc. Wait, if this system fails, it will be dangerous at any time, so the brake system needs to be checked and maintained regularly.
Although most car owners now attach great importance to the brake system, they often don’t know enough about it, so that some abnormal conditions appear, such as: abnormal brake noise, dragging, carbonization of brake pads, insufficient braking force, soft brake pedal, Abnormal wear of the brakes, deviations, etc.
The root causes of these problems are as follows:
(1) The powder from the normal wear of the brake pads is stored near the brake cylinder. If it is not cleaned for a long time, it will cause abnormal noise.
(2) When driving on sand and gravel roads, some particles will splash between the disc and the disc, causing abnormal noise or abnormal wear.
(3) The silencer and shock absorber of the brake pad are not cleaned and lubricated for a long time, which will cause abnormal brake noise.
(4) If the dust cover of the sliding shaft of the sub-cylinder is damaged, it will cause the shaft of the sub-cylinder to rust when passing through a puddle or mud pit, the sub-cylinder will not return to its position, the braking force will drop, and the brake will be deflected.
(5) The brake caliper or caliper groove is corroded, causing the brake pad to return abnormally and jam. Cause the brake pads to wear and carbonize.
In order to avoid these serious consequences, it is recommended to clean, lubricate and maintain the brake system every time the brake pads are replaced.
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