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Fluid used in the brake system to transfer pedal pressure to the caliper to stop or slow a vehicle. Commonly used types of brake fluid include DOT 3, DOT 4, DOT 5, and DOT 5.1. A higher "DOT" number i…
A safety light on vehicles standardized as red. A brake light will become illuminated through the use of a vehicles braking system where a switch indicating the use of a brake pedal is actuated to al…
Pipe, hose or tube containing either the air or fluid that will apply pressure for the brakes.
Foot-operated input control device that directs either hydraulic or air pressure to be applied to the braking system.
Referring to the portion of a wheel brake which slows the rotation of the wheels/tires to slow or stop a vehicle. Friction is applied through pads by way of a caliper to reduce the rotational speed. T…
typically driven by either pneumatic or hydraulic systems that multiply the force applied by an operator to slow a vehicles rate of speed through the use of friction.
Referring to the General Motors, Oldsmobile brand, GMT330 platform, which was available from 1991-1994 & 1996-2001 (There was no 1995 model available). This was succeeded by the Buick Rainier and Saab…
Ford Motor Company Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV), produced between 1966-1996.
A Division of General Motors. Includes models such as Grand National, Riviera, Gran Sport, Regal, Enclave, LaCrosse, and others.
Either an incandescent, halogen or LED electrical fixture that provides either illumination or information.
a part of a car designed to reduce damage to the car in the event of a minor collision.
The process of purchasing a vehicle.
A Programming Language
Filter used primarily to clean air which comes into the passenger compartment. This is usually paper based, but can have an added charcoal portion to reduce odors.
Cadillac, formally the Cadillac Motor Car Division, is a division of U.S.-based General Motors (GM) that markets luxury vehicles worldwide. Its primary markets are the United States, Canada, and China…