Power Brake Troubleshooting?

Answer Automotive brake systems use a hydraulic master cylinder that operates a combination of calipers and/or wheel cylinders to apply friction and stop the vehicle. These friction surfaces and pressuriz... Read More »

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Troubleshooting a Power Brake for an F250?

The power brake for a Ford F250 operates with a vacuum booster. The booster mounts at the firewall inside the engine compartment and a booster rod connects to the upper end of the brake pedal insid... Read More »

Troubleshooting a 1996 Integra Power Window Power Lock?

Honda's 1996 Acura Integra was sold with power windows and power door locks. Each door has a switch that controls its window. In addition, the driver's armrest has a master power window control pan... Read More »

ABS Brake Troubleshooting?

Anti-lock brakes give you the ability to steer out of an accident in wet or slippery road conditions. To do this, the anti-lock brake system monitors wheel speed and releases brake pressure to any ... Read More »

Troubleshooting Brake Calipers?

The brake calipers perform a very important aspect of vehicle operation. The caliper consists of a housing, piston, dust boot, bleeder valve, and hydraulic flex hose port. Some of the most common b... Read More »