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The brake calipers are some of the essential components of disc braking systems and play a critical role in safety of driving on the road. They work together with the brake pads and rotors, along with the rest of the hydraulic system, to slow and stop the vehicle. Over time, brake calipers are subjected to the intense heat created when braking, and can eventually fail. With strict quality control, YHTAUTO brake calipers offer a reliable solution for your vehicle.
Item Type: Brake Caliper
Location: Rear Right, Passenger Side
Inlet Port Size: M10 x 1.0
Piston Diameter: 1.50 inches
Brake Piston Count: 1 Piston
Piston Material: Steel
Bleeder Port Size: M10 x 1.25
Reference Part Number: 43018-SWA-A10, 43018-T0G-A00, 43018-T0G-A01, 43018-TOG-A01, 19-B6887
When you are braking, if there is any of impact souds, sudden thudding or high-pitched noises from the brakes, it may be a sign of loose, sticking, or binding caliper.
Calipers are exposed to extreme heat from braking, which can sometimes lead to the caliper piston seizing. A seized caliper piston will not be able to automatically retract, which will cause a constant drag onto that wheel.
If it feels like the brake pedals are easier to push than usual and going all the way to the floor when stepped on, or feels as though it takes extra effort to brake and come to a complete stop. In this case, the caliper sliders themselves may have gotten stuck from the buildup of dirt and grime.
The calipers operate using brake fluid pressure from the master cylinder and pedal to extend the piston and slow the vehicle. With constant exposure to intense heat generated by braking, these seals will wear out and leak.
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