Brake Booster

A Brake Booster is a device that uses vacuum pressure from the engine to assist in the application of the brakes, making it easier for the driver to stop the vehicle.
A Brake Booster is important because it makes it easier and more efficient for the driver to stop the vehicle. Without a Brake Booster, the driver would need to apply much more pressure to the brake pedal and increase the risk of an accident.
A Brake Booster is needed whenever the brakes are applied. Most modern vehicles are equipped with Brake Boosters.
A Brake Booster is typically located between the brake pedal and the master cylinder.
Replacing or repairing a Brake Booster requires specialized knowledge and tools, so it’s best to have a qualified mechanic or technician perform the work.
When the driver presses the brake pedal, a valve opens, allowing vacuum pressure from the engine to enter the Brake Booster. The pressure activates a diaphragm, which in turn applies additional force to the master cylinder, increasing the amount of force applied to the brake calipers.