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Whenever there is a possibility that air may have entered the brake and braking system or systems Black Julian Blackmon Jersey , either through a component failure or during repairs, then the braking system must always be "bled" thoroughly to operate properly. When air enters the brake system, the only result can and will be a spongy or totally useless non-functional brake pedal to stop your vehicle. At the worst you may have to rely on your handbrake in an emergency setting to provide some recourse. Perhaps you have a manual rather than automatic transmission with which you can "gear down" or engine brake to some degree in an emergency setting on the road.

Hydraulic fluid is used to operate the wheel cylinders or disc brake pistons because it does not compress when the brake pedal is pushed and pressure is formed in the brake lines. Even the slightest amount of air in the lines will cause the brakes to feel "spongy", causing an unsafe driving condition.

Hydraulic brake fluid is also "hydroscopic" that is "water loving." What this means is that hydraulic brake fluids tend to absorb moisture and water vapor over time. Moisture can also penetrate the brake system and braking system through the rubber hoses and seals. Each and every time your vehicle's master fluid cylinder reservoir is opened this is a chance for the water loving hydrophilic Black Jordan Glasgow Jersey , brake fluid to easily encounter moisture in the air, and thus accept and mix with more moisture, adulterating the fluid and reducing its braking capacity and capacities.
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