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The first applications of the use of hydraulic pressure were in mining and supplying water across great distances. Your GMC PM250 has a brake master cylinder that creates a large amount of pressure for your braking system inside a very small space. This part uses the force from your brake pedal to compress brake fluid and distribute it to each caliper or wheel cylinder. The calipers and wheel cylinders are a form of slave cylinder; using the hydraulic pressure from the GMC PM250 brake master cylinder to pinch your brake pads against the rotor or the brake shoes against the drum so you can regain control of your automobile when necessary.
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