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What are the Symptoms of a Failing Brake Booster Check Valve

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Well, the brake booster is a component whose purpose is to provide extra assistance to the braking system. And the check valve sucks out the air without allowing additional air to enter the cylinder. You might experience some of your vehicle’s components breaking down, when your speed machine starts getting old. When the brake booster check valve fails, you will experience a firm brake pedal, poor brake performance, and a spongy brake pedal. Being a responsible car parent, you must be aware of the signs of a failing brake booster check valve so that you can spot the issue timely and take your car to an authorized service center for diagnosis and repair. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: What are the Symptoms of a Failing Brake Booster Check Valve


1
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF A FAILING BRAKE BOOSTER
CHECK VALVE?
2
The purpose of the brake booster is to create
more pressure.
3
The brake booster ensures the brake master
cylinder receives the brake fluid.
4
This boosts the braking pressure makes the
braking pedal more sensitive.
5
Here are the symptoms of a failing brake booster
check valve.
6
HARD BRAKE PEDAL
7
When you press the brake pedal, it shouldnt be
difficult to push the pedal down.
8
This is what happens when the check valve is
functioning efficiently.
9
If the check valve has worn out, the brake pedal
will become more difficult to push down.
10
This happens because the brake master cylinder
has more pressure building inside it.
11
POOR BRAKE PERFORMANCE
12
When the brake fluid doesnt reach the master
cylinder, it will affect the braking performance.
13
Besides the firmness of the brake pedal, it will
take longer for your car to slow down.
14
The longer it goes on, the more likely your
brakes will stop working completely.
15
It needs to be fixed immediately as it is a
dangerous situation to drive your car.
16
SPONGY BRAKE PEDAL
17
Presence of air bubbles in the brake lines will
make your brake pedal feel spongy.
18
This happens when the air bubbles go into the
brakes reduce the pressure in them.
19
Anytime you have less braking pressure, you will
have a soft spongy brake pedal.
20
Your car will take longer to stop due to the
spongy brake pedal.
21
CONCLUSION
22
The brakes play a critical role in both your
safety handling of the car.
23
Take your car to a certified repair shop to fix
the issue as soon as possible.
24
THANK YOU
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