One of the most misunderstood brake systems is hydroboost. This system uses the pressure of the power steering pump to power the brake booster. The booster is essentially a power steering unit that supplements the driver’s input.
When hydroboost was first introduced in the 1970s, the government was rolling out new safety and fuel efficiency mandates, so new technology was created to solve a few issues.
The parking brake and hydraulics are where you’ll find any service issues.
For a vacuum brake booster to work, it needs a source of vacuum.
Here are a few tips to follow when diagnosing brake pull during a test drive.
AWD is always engaged and with the ABS brake modulator, can perform like systems with limited-slip differentials.
Coverage for popular Audi, BMW, Mini, Volkswagen, Volvo models.
With the right tools and service information, it is possible to resolve a customer’s complaint.