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Audi Brake Master Cylinder

Keeping your Audi running like new is your top priority.

Seeing that you own a Audi, you should know that maintaining it in good working order is important. If you started to hear some unusual sounds, then and parts need to be replaced on your Audi. Qualities such as sporty handling and German engineering are what make your vehicle special , which is perhaps driving your passion for it. Suppose a Brake Master Cylinder breaks it can make for a very dangerous experience for even the most seasoned drivers.

Driving with broken Brake Master Cylinder is a bad idea.

We use hydraulic pressure to actuate our brakes, and the brake master cylinder is responsible for generating it. Hydraulic fluid sits in a reservoir on top of the cylinder until it is pressurized and sent through a system of hoses to the calipers on each wheel; slowing down your Audi. The further you press the brake pedal, the more pressure is built up in the Audi brake master cylinder. Should yours spring a leak or completely fail, you'll probably notice the pedal simply falls to the floor board of your vehicle.

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