Just as your ankle bone is connected to your foot bone, your brake system relies on each connected brake part to function successfully - and safely.
Here's a quick lesson: By pressing down on the brake pedal, you activate the cylinder that delivers brake fluid to the calipers that then engage your brake pads. Your brake pads then apply pressure to the rotors, creating the friction needed to stop your car. You see, it's all connected.
All your brake parts work together to perform one important and crucial function: safe and precise stopping power.