Chrysler Sebring Rear Wheel Cylinder
About rear wheel cylinder
A wheel cylinder is part of a brake system with a hydraulic motor. The wheel cylinder situated in each wheel is installed at the top of the parking shoes. When the brake pressure is applied, the pistons are pushed out to reach the drum by moving the feet.
What is the purpose of rear wheel cylinder?
A rear wheel cylinder is an integral part of the breakage mechanism of the vehicle. A line from the master cylinder to the rear cylinder will directly move the brake fluid to the rear brakes. Then, the master cylinder will dispense the brake fluid to transfer brake parts.
How rear wheel cylinder works?
The wheel cylinder consists of a cylinder with two pistons, one on each side. Every piston is fitted with a rubber seal and shaft that would link the piston to a brake shoe. If brake pressure is applied, the pistons would then be forced to move the shoes into contact with the floor.
Where is rear wheel cylinder located?
A wheel cylinder is part of a brake system with hydraulic motor. It is situated in each wheel and is usually positioned above the feet, at the top of the wheel. The main purpose is to exert force on the shoes in order to bring them in contact with the drum and avoid the friction of the vehicle.