Hydraulic Brake System?

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A hydraulic brake system is an arrangement of braking mechanisms which uses brake fluid to function. It starts to work when the pedal is pressed thus exerting pressure on the brake fluid that is in the master cylinder. The fluid exerts the same pressure on the calliper pistons which causes them to apply force to the brake pads. The pads push against the spinning rotor and the friction between the two surfaces makes the car to slow down or stop.
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