9780130800411

Automotive Brake Systems Reprint Package

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  • ISBN13:

    9780130800411

  • ISBN10:

    0130800414

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Copyright: 1999-12-01
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall

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For courses in Automotive Brake Systems or Chassis Systems in colleges or proprietary schools. Unlike other bookswhich seem to offer little more than service manual materialAutomotive Brake Systems reflects Halderman's real world experience. It offers complete coverage of the parts, operation, design, and troubleshooting of brake systems, and answers the why's along with the how's.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xiv
Vehicle Construction, Fasteners, and Safety
1(28)
Objectives
1(1)
Frame Construction
1(1)
Unit-Body Construction
2(1)
Space-Frame Construction
3(1)
Threaded Fasteners
3(4)
Basic Tool List
7(1)
Safety Tips for Using Hand Tools
8(8)
Safety Tips for Technicians
16(2)
Safety in Lifting (Hoisting) a Vehicle
18(5)
Hazardous Materials
23(1)
Material Safety Data Sheets
23(5)
Summary
28(1)
Review Questions
28(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
28(1)
Braking System Principles, Components, and Operation
29(19)
Objectives
29(1)
How Brakes Stop Vehicles
29(1)
Drum Brakes
29(2)
Disc Brakes
31(1)
Weight Transfer during Braking
31(1)
Deceleration Rates
31(2)
Friction
33(1)
Brakes as Energy Converters
34(1)
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard
34(1)
Brake Design Requirements
34(1)
Brake System Categories
35(1)
Antilock Brake System Operation
35(1)
Brake Fluid
36(1)
Brake Fluid Types
36(1)
Brake Fluid Specifications
37(1)
DOT 3
37(1)
DOT 4
37(1)
DOT 5
37(2)
Hydraulic System Mineral Oil
39(1)
Brake Fluid Contamination Test
39(1)
Brake Fluid Service Procedures and Precautions
39(1)
Brake Fluid Handling Considerations
40(1)
Brake Fluid Disposal
40(1)
Rubber Types
40(1)
Brake Lining Composition
41(2)
Lining Edge Codes
43(1)
Replacement Lining Recipe
44(1)
The Dangers of Exposure to Asbestos
44(1)
OSHA Standards
45(1)
EPA Regulations of Asbestos
45(1)
Asbestos Handling Guidelines
45(1)
Summary
46(1)
Review Questions
46(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
46(2)
Master Cylinders and Hydraulic System Diagnosis and Service
48(42)
Objectives
48(1)
Brake Pedal Mechanical Advantage
48(1)
The Hydraulic Braking System
49(1)
Pascal's Law
49(2)
Master Cylinder Reservoirs
51(1)
Master Cylinder Reservoir Diaphragm
51(1)
Master Cylinder Operation
52(3)
Residual Check Valve
55(1)
Dual Split Master Cylinders
56(1)
Diagonal Split Master Cylinders
57(1)
Composite Master Cylinders
57(1)
Quick Take-Up Master Cylinders
57(1)
Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Master Cylinders
58(3)
Disassembly of the Master Cylinder
61(1)
Inspection and Reassembly of the Master Cylinder
62(1)
Pressure-Differential Switch (Brake Warning Switch)
63(1)
Brake Fluid Level Sensor Switch
64(1)
Diagnosing a Red ``Brake'' Dash Warning Light
64(1)
Proportioning Valve Operation
65(2)
Diagonal Split Proportioning Valves
67(1)
Height-Sensing Proportioning Valves
68(1)
Proportioning Valve Adjustment
69(1)
Proportioning Valve Diagnosis and Testing
69(1)
Metering Valve (Hold-Off) Operation
69(1)
Metering Valve Diagnosis and Testing
70(1)
Combination Valve
70(1)
Brake Lines
71(3)
Coiled Brake Line
74(1)
Armored Brake Line
74(1)
Flexible Brake Hose
75(1)
Brake Bleeding
76(1)
Bleeding the Master Cylinder
77(1)
Bleeding Sequence
78(1)
Manual Bleeding
79(3)
Pressure Bleeding
82(1)
Vacuum Bleeding
82(1)
Gravity Bleeding
82(6)
Summary
88(1)
Review Questions
88(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
88(2)
Wheel Bearings and Service
90(20)
Objectives
90(1)
Antifriction Bearings
90(1)
Tapered Roller Bearings
90(1)
Inner and Outer Wheel Bearings
91(1)
Standard Bearing Sizes
91(1)
Sealed Front-Wheel-Drive Bearings
92(1)
Bearing Greases
92(1)
Seals
93(1)
Symptoms and Diagnosis of Defective Bearings
93(1)
Non-Drive-Wheel Bearing Inspection and Service
94(3)
Front-Wheel-Drive Sealed Bearing Replacement
97(1)
Rear Axle Bearing and Seal Replacement
98(2)
Bearing Failure Analysis
100(5)
Summary
105(4)
Review Questions
109(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
109(1)
Drum Brake Operation, Diagnosis, and Service
110(27)
Objectives
110(1)
Drum Brake Parts
110(1)
Dual-Servo (Duo-Servo) Drum Brakes
110(2)
Leading--Trailing Drum Brakes
112(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Drum Brakes
113(1)
Brake Drum Removal
114(3)
Drum Brake Disassembly
117(1)
Inspecting the Backing Plate
117(1)
Labyrinth Seal
118(1)
Drum Brake Lining Inspection
119(1)
Return Spring Inspection
119(1)
Hold-Down Springs
120(1)
Connecting Spring (Adjusting Screw Spring)
121(1)
Anchor Pin
121(1)
Self-Adjusting Mechanisms
121(2)
Drum Brake Hardware Kit
123(1)
Wheel Cylinders
123(3)
Overhaul of the Wheel Cylinders
126(2)
Inspecting the Drum Brake Shoes
128(1)
Reassembling the Drum Brake
128(1)
Adjusting Drum Brakes
128(1)
Lubrication Checklist
129(1)
Drum Brake Troubleshooting Guide
130(5)
Summary
135(1)
Review Questions
135(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
135(2)
Disc Brake Operation, Diagnosis, and Service
137(36)
Objectives
137(1)
Disc Brake Advantages
137(1)
Swept Area
138(1)
Fixed Calipers
138(1)
Fixed Caliper Operation
138(1)
Apply
139(1)
Release
139(1)
Floating Calipers
139(2)
Floating Caliper Operation
141(1)
Brake Pad Wear Compensation
142(1)
Disc Brake Pads
143(1)
Wear Sensors
143(1)
Electrical Brake Wear Indicators
144(1)
Visual Inspection
145(1)
Tapered Pad Wear
145(1)
Brake Fade
145(2)
Disc Brake Calipers
147(1)
Phenolic Caliper Pistons
148(3)
Steel Caliper Pistons
151(1)
Reassembling Disc Brake Calipers
152(2)
Caliper Mounts
154(2)
Test-Drive after Brake Replacement
156(1)
Bedding-In Replacement Brake Pads
156(1)
Rear Disc Brakes
157(1)
Causes of Disc Brake Squeal
157(2)
Correcting Disc Brake Squeal
159(2)
Rotating Pistons Back into the Caliper
161(2)
Disc Brake Troubleshooting Guide
163(8)
Summary
171(1)
Review Questions
171(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
171(2)
Parking Brake Operation, Diagnosis, and Service
173(11)
Objectives
173(1)
Parking Brake Standards
173(1)
Parking Brake Lever
173(1)
Parking Brake Warning Lamp
174(1)
Parking Brake Cables
175(1)
Parking Brake on Drum Brakes
175(1)
Front and Rear Entry Parking Brake Cables
175(1)
Auxiliary Drum Parking Brakes
176(1)
Integral Disc Brake Parking Brake
177(3)
Parking Brake Cable Adjustment
180(2)
Summary
182(1)
Review Questions
182(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
183(1)
Machining Brake Drums and Rotors
184(42)
Objectives
184(1)
Brake Drums
184(2)
Hard Spots
186(1)
``Machine To'' versus ``Discard''
186(1)
Reason for Equal Drum inside Diameter
187(1)
Measuring and Inspecting Brake Drums
187(1)
Machining Drums
188(1)
Positive Rake versus Negative Rake Brake Lathes
189(1)
Cast Iron Disc Brake Rotors
190(1)
Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite Rotors
191(1)
Lateral Runout
192(2)
Rotor Thickness (Parallelism)
194(1)
Minimum Thickness
194(1)
When the Rotors Should Be Machined
194(2)
Rotor Finish
196(1)
Machining a Disc Brake Rotor
197(3)
On-the-Vehicle Rotor Machining
200(25)
Summary
225(1)
Review Questions
225(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
225(1)
Power Brake Unit Operation, Diagnosis, and Service
226(15)
Objectives
226(1)
Vacuum Booster Operation
226(1)
Charcoal Filter
226(1)
Vacuum Check Valve
227(1)
Vacuum Brake Booster
228(3)
Dual- (Tandem-) Diaphragm Vacuum Boosters
231(1)
Vacuum Booster Operation Test
232(1)
Vacuum Booster Leak Test
232(1)
Hydraulic System Leak Test
232(1)
Pushrod Clearance Adjustment
232(1)
Vacuum Booster Disassembly and Service
233(1)
Powermaster Power Brake Unit
234(1)
Powermaster Operation
234(1)
Powermaster Diagnosis
235(1)
Hydro-Boost Hydraulic Brake Booster
235(2)
Hydro-Boost Function Test
237(1)
Hydro-Boost Troubleshooting Guide
238(2)
Summary
240(1)
Review Questions
240(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
240(1)
ABS Components and Operation
241(22)
Objectives
241(1)
Theory of Operation
241(1)
Steering Control
242(1)
Skid Control
242(1)
Braking Distances
243(1)
Purpose and Function of ABS Components
244(1)
ABS Hydraulic Operation
244(3)
Brake Pedal Feedback
247(1)
Brake Pedal Travel Switch (Sensor)
248(1)
Wheel Speed Sensors
248(2)
Lateral Acceleration Sensor
250(1)
Electronic Controller Operation
250(1)
Rear-Wheel Antilock Systems
251(1)
Three-Channel Systems
251(1)
Four-Channel Systems
251(1)
Integral Antilock Braking Systems
251(4)
Nonintegral (Remote) ABS
255(1)
Traction Control
255(6)
Summary
261(1)
Review Questions
261(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
261(2)
ABS Diagnosis and Service
263(81)
Objectives
263(1)
Brake Warning Lamp Operation
263(1)
Thorough Visual Inspection
263(1)
Test-Drive and Verify the Fault
264(1)
Retrieving Diagnostic Trouble Codes
265(1)
Kelsey-Hayes Antilock (Nonintegral)
265(3)
Kelsey-Hayes Diagnostic Trouble Codes
268(3)
Bosch 2 ABS (Nonintegral)
271(1)
Bosch III ABS (Integral)
271(1)
Bosch III Diagnostic Trouble Codes
271(1)
Teves Mark II
271(3)
Teves Mark IV
274(1)
Delphi (Delco) ABS VI (Nonintegral)
274(3)
Breakout Box Testing
277(1)
Amperes
278(1)
Volts
279(1)
Ohms
279(1)
Electricity and Magnetism
279(1)
How to Read Electrical Schematics
280(1)
Electrical Faults
280(4)
Electrical ABS Service
284(1)
Hydraulic ABS Service
284(1)
Bleeding ABS
285(1)
ABS Safety Precautions
285(1)
Diagnosing Intermittent Problems
285(8)
Summary
293(1)
Review Questions
293(1)
ASE Certification-Type Questions
293(2)
APPENDIXES
1 ASE-Style Sample Test
295(3)
2 Lug Nut Tightening Torque Chart
298(6)
3 English--Metric (SI) Conversion Chart
304(1)
4 Decimal Equivalents
305(1)
5 Shoe and Drum Diameter Chart
306(2)
6 Automotive Names and Addresses
308(6)
7 Machine-to Dimension for Drums and Rotors
314(30)
Answers to Even-Numbered ASE Certification-Type Questions 344(1)
Glossary 345(4)
Index 349

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