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The brake system on your car is comprised of wheel cylinders, a master cylinder and hydraulic lines. Pressing the brake pedal will push hydraulic fluid to each wheel, apply the brake shoes or pads to the wheel, and stop the car. Recent work to the brake system or a leak in the hydraulic lines will cause you to have to pump your brakes to keep your brakes from operating.view more»
A DVD touch screen is usually made from an LCD or LED display. The touch screen has a slightly tougher screen than standard touch screens, but the screen can still become scratched. A screen protector may prevent such damage. When damage occurs, however, two effective methods of repair may enable you to restore the screen.view more»
The brake system of all modern cars is a hydraulic system. It uses a pump, called a master cylinder, to create pressure. That pressure pushes smaller cylinders, which press the pads against a spinning metal disc or drum to stop the vehicle. When this system gets air in it, the pedal will feel soft or it doesn't engage the brakes quickly.view more»
GPS (Global Positioning System) devices can be real time (meaning, the GPS device, through satellite signals, provides instant location information) or passive (meaning information is recorded onto the GPS device, which you later download and read). Both kinds of GPS devices can be attached by a magnet to a vehicleview more»