Buick Regal Rear Caliper Bolts Or Pin
About rear caliper bolts or pin
The brake caliper bolt is a metal pin or bar like tube which safeguards both the brake hose and the brake caliper. The brake caliper is, meanwhile, an instrument that pushes the brake pads down the brake rotor surface to slow down your car. It contains two hinged legs that look like a pair of compasses in turned out points or turned in.
What is the purpose of rear caliper bolts or pin?
The disc brake caliper bolt is designed to lock the caliper brake hose in place.
How rear caliper bolts or pin works?
The fluid would be forced into the caliper as you would apply the brake, which would drive a piston into a brake pad, and the pad into the rotating disc, known as a rotor. That is when the magic will occur. As the rotor hindered the piston's movement, the caliper itself would slip back toward the car along two narrow rails known as guide pins.