1. Worn brake pads
    Brake pads are an important part of the braking system. When the brake pads wear excessively, the braking effect will be affected. Excessively worn brake pads will lead to longer braking distances, unstable braking force, and prone to slipping and other problems, thereby increasing the risk of accidents.
  2. Brake fluid leakage
    Brake fluid is the liquid medium in the brake system, which plays the role of transmitting braking force and lubricating during the braking process. When the brake fluid leaks, the performance of the brake system will be affected, the braking force will be weakened, the braking distance will be longer, and it may even cause brake failure.
  3. Overheating of the brake system
    During the braking process, due to the generation of frictional heat, the brake system will generate high temperature. When the temperature is too high, the performance of the brake system will be affected. An overheated brake system can result in reduced braking power, longer braking distances, or even brake failure.
  4. Malfunction of the brake system
    The failure of the brake system may come from a variety of reasons, such as brake pad wear, brake fluid leakage, damage to the brake system, and so on. Failure of the brake system will lead to unstable braking force, longer braking distance, and even brake failure.

To keep braking systems safe, consumers and manufacturers can take the following steps:

  1. Regularly check the brake system
    Consumers should check the brake system regularly, including the wear of the brake pads, the amount and leakage of the brake fluid, the heat of the brake system, and the failure of the brake system.
  2. Replace worn brake pads
    When the brake pads are worn to a certain extent, they should be replaced in time to ensure the normal operation of the braking system.
  3. Change the brake fluid regularly
    Brake fluid will absorb water over time, which lowers its boiling point. Therefore, consumers should replace the brake fluid regularly to ensure the performance of the braking system.
  4. Avoid overuse of the brakes
    Excessive use of the brakes can cause the brake system to overheat, reducing the performance of the brake system. Consumers should minimize excessive use of the brakes, such as avoiding prolonged use of the brakes on the highway, use of engine braking on downhill sections, etc.
  5. Regular brake system maintenance
    Consumers and manufacturers should regularly maintain and maintain the brake system, such as cleaning the brake system, replacing brake pads, checking brake fluid, etc., to ensure the normal operation of the brake system.

in conclusion
The braking system is an important guarantee for the safety of automobiles, so consumers and manufacturers should pay close attention to the safety problems of the braking system and take corresponding measures to solve these problems. By regularly inspecting the brake system, replacing worn brake pads, changing brake fluid regularly, avoiding excessive use of the brakes, and performing regular brake system maintenance, we can ensure the safety of the brake system and thus the safety of drivers and passengers.

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