Car workshops that offer the service Brake master cylinder remanufacturing

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            Proper operation of the master cylinder ensures your safety. The master cylinder is an integral part of the main braking system. The cylinder pressurizes the brake fluid supplied into the brake callipers and cylinders by means of brake hoses. Faulty operation of the master cylinder affects the entire system. Master cylinders tend to leak. If this is the case, you have to replace a leaking cylinder with a new one or have it reconditioned. In most modern cars, however, the cylinders cannot be reconditioned and require replacing. Find out more about the service

            SC KRAFT SRL

            Strada Victoriei, 210234 Târgu Jiu

            +40 723 *** *** ***
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            • Brake master cylinder remanufacturing
              from480,00 RON

            AUTO STEVI

            Calea Surii Mari, nr. 36, Sibiu, 550125 Sibiu

            +40 743 *** *** ***

            Brake master cylinder remanufacturing


            • A leaking master cylinder affects the operation of the braking system and may disable it altogether
            • After having the master cylinder replaced with a new one or reconditioned make sure to bleed the braking system

            Scope of services

            • Removing the hoses connected to the master cylinder
            • Removing the master cylinder
            • Disassembling the master cylinder and removing the worn parts from it
            • Fitting in new parts (e.g. gaskets, rings and cylinders)
            • Fitting the cylinder and the hoses back in place
            • Refilling the system with fresh braking fluid
            • Bleeding the system

            Service Description

            Where is the master cylinder located?

            The master cylinder is connected to the brake pedal. Its role is to properly pressurize the brake fluid, which is transferred through brake hoses into brake callipers and cylinders, in order to decelerate all car wheels. The cylinder is equipped with a reservoir containing brake fluid, from which it is delivered to the cylinder, and into which its excess is transferred. The cylinder consists of a housing, acting as a cylinder, and a piston with seals.

            Why does the master cylinder wear?

            The piston moving repeatedly inside the cylinder causes gradual wear of the seals, and, consequently, causes the fluid to leak in between the pump's sections and outside the braking system. Leaking fluid reduces the efficiency of brakes and affects the elements located near the cylinder, as it causes damage to the varnished surfaces and penetrates the power brake servomechanism, causing brittleness and cracking of the rubber membrane.

            How is the master cylinder replaced?

            If your master cylinder needs changing, you should have it done by a professional garage, as the procedure requires putting new fluid into the braking system and removing air from it. Replacing the cylinder boils down to unscrewing the hoses connected to it and the bolts by means of which it is attached to the servomechanism. A new cylinder is fitted in the reverse order.

            What to keep in mind?

            After removing air from the system, a test drive should be performed to check the operation of the brakes. Some master cylinder types require replacement of only piston seals, however, if the cylinder's housing is worn, the new seals will quickly disintegrate, causing another failure. The best idea, though, is to replace the entire cylinder to make sure that it is 100 per cent operational, as it is responsible for your safety.


            What is the average cost of providing Brake master cylinder remanufacturing in car workshops?

            The cost of Brake master cylinder remanufacturing ranges from 480.00 RON to 480.00 RON. The average cost of Brake master cylinder remanufacturing is 480.00 RON. Remember that the final price of the service is influenced by many factors, including car brand and model, the level of complexity of activities and the location of components that require replacement or repair. Therefore, a set of spare parts should be added to the total price of the service Brake master cylinder remanufacturing. You will know the cost of purchasing a part when arranging the service Brake master cylinder remanufacturing in the selected workshop.

            What is the scope of the service Brake master cylinder remanufacturing?

            The Brake master cylinder remanufacturing service consists of the following activities:
            • Demontarea conductelor care vin la pompa
            • Demontarea pompei, inspectarea pieselor
            • Montarea pieselor noi (inclusiv garnituri, inele, cilindri)
            • Montarea pompei si a conductelor
            • Completarea sistemului cu lichid de frana nou
            • Aerisirea sistemului de franare

            What should I know, and what are the recommendations for Brake master cylinder remanufacturing?

            While doing Brake master cylinder remanufacturing service, keep the following in mind:
            • Scurgerile din pompa indica functionarea defectuoasa a acesteia
            • Dupa finalizarea procesului de inlocuire sau reconditionare a pompei, este necesara aerisirea sistemului.

            What car workshop networks offer Brake master cylinder remanufacturing?

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            Are there car workshops that offer the possibility of online booking for the service Brake master cylinder remanufacturing?

            You can choose one of the 6 car workshops offering the service of Brake master cylinder remanufacturing, for which you will arrange the service via the online form. After submitting the form, the selected car workshop will contact you and set the details and date.

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