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The Importance of Servicing Brake Calipers in Northeast Ohio

By Weber Automotive
June 06, 2019 Category: Brake Calipers, Brakes, Car Maintenance

Brake calipers are a part of the brake system in your vehicle. They can be expensive to replace, but with preventative maintenance at Weber Automotive, your brake system will last much longer! Brake calipers are a critical component of the brake system. They are what squeezes the brake pads out of the rotor and makes the vehicle slow down and stop. And the biggest enemy of brake calipers is corrosion. Around here, because were a salt state, the problem is amplified. Brake Caliper Service at Weber Automotive So, when we talk about brake servicing or caliper servicing, we are talking brakes, pads, rotors, which are standard brake maintenance services. But at Weber, we service the calipers at the same time. We spend a little bit extra time clean the rust and corrosion off. Lubricating Your Vehicles Brake Calipers Then we lubricate with the proper grease lubricants for the caliper slides allowing them to move freely. We also highly recommend replacing the fluid because brake fluid

Brake Caliper Servicing? What's That?

By Weber Automotive
May 31, 2018 Category: Brakes

If youre not a hard-core car enthusiast, you may not understand all of the maintenance that needs to happen to keep your vehicle running at its best. One important process that you might not realize your vehicle needs is brake caliper servicing. You may be wondering what brake calipers are! Brake calipers house the brake pads and, using brackets, pistons and caliper slide pins, help push the pads into the brake rotors when you apply the brakes. Over time, the slide pins lose their lubrication and dont slide the calipers so well. This lack of lubrication causes a few things to happen. First, because the brakes dont contact the rotor properly, your brake pads can wear unevenly. Second, the slide pins may stick, causing the brake pad to continually contact the rotor, resulting in a buildup of heat, which wears your brake pads down faster. Third, your brakes stopping power may be weak due to the brake pads not hitting the full surface of the brake rotor. All this means you arent getting the

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