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A brake caliper is a device used to push the brake pads against the surface of the brake rotor to slow the car down.
How does a brake caliper work?
The brake caliper works with hydraulic pressure, every time you push the brake pedal, the brake fluid travels from the brake master cylinder to the brake proportioning valve ( when the car is not equipped with ABS ), if the car has ABS, the brake fluid travels through the ABS Hydraulic control unit, and from there the brake fluid travels inside the brake lines all the way to the brake calipers, this hydraulic pressure pushes one or more cylinders inside the brake caliper against the brake pads, this pressure forces the brake pads to make contact with the brake rotor, the force will ve relatively equal to the force applied by the driver to the brake pedal.