How Brake Calipers Work
Most Honda models today feature a disc brake system. When you apply pressure to the brake pedal, the master brake cylinder sends brake fluid to the calipers. The pressure of the fluid builds and forces the calipers to clamp brake pads to the brake rotors -- the nominal discs in the system. That creates the resistance needed to slow the rotation of your wheels.
How to Spot Failing Brake Calipers
The braking process generates a tremendous amount of heat, which can cause even the best brake calipers to go bad. Signs of that include:
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If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, inspect your brakes ASAP. If the seals in the calipers weaken and break down, the calipers can get dirty, rusty, or contaminated. They may begin to leak brake fluid. If your brake calipers do need to be replaced, make sure to choose the best parts for the job. Those are the authentic Honda brake calipers that were designed to fit your model's specifications. Our online auto parts store has plenty in stock, priced far below the MSRP your local shop likely charges, and ready to ship. Buy now to save time and money!
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