The vehicle's braking system, as the name suggests, is used to stop the car safely. The role of the lines in a conventional hydraulic brake system is to transfer the work force by pressing the brake fluid from the master cylinder onto the brakes of individual wheels. This is a very elementary task because the efficiency of the lines depends on whether other elements will work. Therefore, the lines must be tight, withstand the appropriate pressure, and be resistant to unfavorable working conditions, whether from the environment or the brake fluid. Metaphorically, brake lines can be compared to the bloodstream of the body. The animation on the right shows the operation of this system.
Brake line flare used in most european cars.
Brake line flare used in most asian cars.
Brake line flare used for Citroen cars. (BX, CX, 2CV, Xantia).
|ZPL||OUTSIDE FRONT LEFT|
|ZPP||OUTSIDE FRONT RIGHT|
|ZTL||OUTSIDE REAR LEFT|
|ZTP||OUTSIDE REAR RIGHT|
|SPL||MIDDLE FRONT LEFT|
|SPP||MIDDLE FRONT RIGHT|
|STL||MIDDLE REAR LEFT|
|STP||MIDDLE REAR RIGHT|