brake Archives - Brake & Front End
10 Tips For Servicing Hydroboost Brake Units

Hydroboost brake systems are self-bleeding if there is no other problem in the system.

Charging More for Brake Jobs

Here’s why charging more for brake jobs keeps customers coming back.

Understanding Passive Wheel Speed Sensor Operation

Passive types of wheel speed sensors are still used in many applications so understanding their operation is important.

Brake Pad Confusion: What Is The Best Brake Pad?

What makes one friction material quieter or better than another? It’s a two-part answer.

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 slow and stop the vehicle. Because brake pads and rotors can’t function without one another,

Brake Rotor FAQ

Our most frequently asked brake rotor questions, answered.

Brake Pad Wear Sensors

Brake pad wear sensors have been around for years, but in the past decade they have evolved even more.

Solving Dodge+Jeep Brembo Brake Noise

Brembo 6-Pot fixed caliper brakes may make a front clicking noise at low speeds. Here’s what it means and how to fix it.

The Evolution of Brake Pad Friction Materials

Picking the correct brake pad for a customer’s vehicle might require some research – what do you look for?

Servicing Wheel Bearing Seals

As a rule, wheel bearing seals should never leak.

Measuring Once Prevents Brake Comebacks

Runout is defined as the amount of lateral (side-to-side) movement of the rotor as it rotates 360 degrees.

GM Electronic Parking Brake Procedures

The parking brake control module has an internal motor, apply actuator, release actuator and temperature sensor.