Install a cheap rotor and you’re flirting with disaster (and comebacks, of course): https://t.co/5KYKLndnJw pic.twitter.com/tSH6tcrEcv
— Brake & Front End (@bfemagazine) August 11, 2016
Hydro-Boost Power Assist Systems: Operation Diagnosis and Repair
Hydro-boost power assist was introduced in 1973 by Bendix as an alternative to the vacuum booster. The hydro-boost uses the hydraulic pressure from the power steering system to provide the driver assist in applying the brakes. Find out the three reasons why a vehicle may be equipped with hydro-boost instead of a vacuum booster.