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Pros and Cons of Ceramic Brake Pads
Ceramic brake pads are still a relatively new technology, but have quickly become the stock brake pad material of choice for many luxury vehicle brands including Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, Lexus and Range Rover, to name just a few.
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Where Should Brake Lubricant Be Applied?
Where Should Brake Lubricant Be Applied? Andrew Markel settles the argument about brake lubricants.
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Can Your Brakes Fail If They Are Below Spec?
Can Your Brakes Fail If They Are Below Spec? Do you know what happens when brake pads and brake rotors go below the minimum wear specification? Watch the video explanation to learn more.
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How Do Brake Pad Shims Work?
How Do Brake Pad Shims Work? Brake pad shims help prevent brake noise or NVH. They do this by creating a barrier between the brake pad and caliper. This prevents vibration from being transmitted into the rest of the vehicle...
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Can A Rotor Become Out Of Balance Like A Tire?
Can A Rotor Become Out Of Balance Like A Tire? Most brake rotors are balanced at the factory and instead of adding weight they remove a small amount of material in a process called mill balancing. In the field, rotors...
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Why Brake Rotor Quality Matters
Brake rotors are just as important as brake pads when it comes to stopping the vehicle. Brake pads and brake rotors work in partnership, as calipers compress the brake pads against the brake rotor to cause the friction needed to...
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Are Ceramic Brakes Right for Your Customer?
As a technician, you know that there are many brands to choose from when it comes to brake pads and brake rotors, in the same way that there are different types of friction to choose from – organic, semi-metallic, ceramic...
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ADVICS Aftermarket Launches Facebook Page
ADVICS will use this platform to provide automotive service professionals with rich technical content focused on automotive brake pads, brake rotors, and friction technology.
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ADVICS brake boosters
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: BRAKE BOOSTER
Confirm that the piston section is free of flaws, dents, fractures, etc. Insufficient pressure or leaks may occur if damaged. Confirm that the body is free from cracks or fractures. Insufficient pressure or leaks may occur if damaged. Confirm that...
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ADVICS brake wheel cylinders
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: BRAKE WHEEL CYLINDER
Handle with care. Wheel cylinders are precision manufactured. Do not drop or deform. Never use a damaged unit. Optimal hydraulic pressure may not be achieved due to damaged internal parts, resulting in incorrect operation and injury. Ensure that the boot is...
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