Hydraulic Brake System Content
The major components of a vehicle's hydraulic brake system are the brake pedal, pushrod, master cylinder assembly, hydraulic brake lines, and the brake caliper assembly.
The purpose of the hydraulic brake lines is to carry brake fluid from the master cylinder to the brake caliper assembly.
The purpose of the brake pedal is to transfer the driver’s input requesting to slow the speed of a vehicle to a mechanical action by the entire hydraulic brake system.
Which of the following is NOT a major component of a vehicle's hydraulic brake system?
- brake pedal
- hydraulic brake lines
- steering wheel
Which of the following describes the purpose of the hydraulic lines?
- carry the windshield wiper fluid
- carry the brake fluid from the master cylinder to the brake caliper assembly
- carry the electrical current from the ignition to the starter
- cpen the vehicle doors