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Force is transformed into hydraulic pressure by the VW brake master cylinder. The slave cylinders at the other end of the hydraulic brake system are controlled by this mechanism. It is a part of your vehicle's braking system that transfers the pressure from the brake pedal to the wheels. It is referred to as the brain of the brake system in your car. A disc brake assembly includes both the brake disc/rotor and the master cylinder, both of which are crucial components. The driver applies pressure to the brake pedal, which drives a piston into the brake cylinder and transforms the force into hydraulic pressure. A secondary cylinder on each wheel braking system receives pressure from this process by means of hydraulic fluid being pumped through the brake lines.

Any significant issues with your master cylinder's sealing or force distribution should be reflected in your brake pedal. For instance, you may notice a spongy brake pedal, where pressing it causes little to no resistance and it may progressively sink to the ground. You may also notice that the brake pedal might not fully return to its original position once you take your foot off of it. This normally results from a problem with your brake fluid pressure, which is likely brought on by a faulty brake master cylinder. Whenever your brake pedal suddenly starts working or feeling differently, as a general rule, you'll want to inspect your brake master cylinder.

VW brake master cylinders have a fairly varied expected lifespan ranging anywhere from 60,000 to 200,000 miles. Driving in the city, which would require more brake usage than driving mostly on the highway, can increase the wear and tear on your brake components. Regardless, when the time comes to swap out your Volkswagen's brake master cylinder, AutohausAZ has you covered. You'll find the best selection of VW brake parts online at prices you'll love. We also provide our buyers with discounted flat-rate standard shipping on any auto parts orders shipped within the Continental USA. For any questions regarding VW brake master cylinders or any other part within our catalog, you can always chat with us using the chat feature located at the bottom right corner of the site to connect you with our qualified customer service agents.

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The average cost of a VW brake master cylinder is between $42.99 and $344.99.

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