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Seat Brake booster replacement
Seat Brake Booster Replacement
Are you finding that the brake pedal is feeling a little different on your Seat. Is it stiffer than usual and you need to apply more pressure to brake? This could be due to a failed brake booster.
It is easy to diagnose if the brake booster is not operating correctly on your Seat.
With the engine off, pump the brake pedal a few times and then apply pressure to the pedal and start the engine. If your foot drops a few centimetres then the brake booster is working. If the pedal doesn’t drop, the brake booster has failed.
A brake booster assists the driver by increasing the braking force, making it easier to slow or stop a vehicle. The brake booster multiplies the pressure you exert on the brake pedal. That assisted force is then transferred to the brake master cylinder where pistons push brake fluid through the brake lines to the Seat’s brake calipers.