Hyundai is the second biggest conglomerate in South Korea in terms of revenue as of 2004. It was founded by Chung Ju-yung as a construction company in 1947 and split into five business entities in 2003. The single entities include the Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, the Hyundai Group, the Hyundai Department Store Group, and the Hyundai Development Group. Usually mispronounced, Hyundai means modernity in international language.

The Hyundai Group is the automaker that prides itself with the quality and high end automobiles that it manufactures. Every Hyundai model is equipped with state of the art performance parts and accessories. Models are elegantly designed and finished with technology interior and entertainment systems to further let subscribers enjoy their ride. Safety is top on the list of Hyundai; that is why your Hyundai model is equipped with durable and tough Hyundai brake caliper.

The Hyundai brake caliper is one of the parts of your braking system. It is a U-shaped device mounted with two pistons where brake pads are attached. The brake caliper is like a clamp positioned above the brake disc, allowing the disc to rotate freely. This assembly is connected to the brake pedal in your vehicle. The brake pedal is located between the accelerator pedal and the clutch pedal. These pedals are positioned under your steering area where your feet can slide in. When you apply pressure to the pedal, a high pressured fluid will be released from the head cylinder and all the way to the caliper, pushing the pistons inward and clamping the rotating disc with the brake pads. The contact generates friction that allows the wheels to stop and brings the vehicle to stall.

This tough job of your Hyundai caliper makes it worthy of a regular maintenance. Although cleaning and checkup will help, it is best that you regularly let it be checked and inspected by your reliable mechanic. By doing so, you are more confident that you are driving safely and all those that you come to meet in the traffic will also be safe.

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