In this module, we cover when and where to apply brake lubricants.
The new treatment additive extends gear system life by stopping leaks, reducing noise and improving gear performance.
High-mileage vehicles may be the norm, rather than the exception. This video is presented by The Group Training Academy.
Andrew Markel settles the argument about brake lubricants. This video is sponsored by ADVICS.
The new penetrant was designed to assist engine builders with rusted and difficult mechanical parts such as nuts and bolts.
Hinges, latches and tracks need lubrication periodically. This video is sponsored by WD-40 Brand.
The lubricant can extend the drain interval for medium-duty, heavy-duty trucks up to 500,000 miles.
Under extreme braking conditions, some lubricants can’t stand the heat and melt off, evaporate, oxidize or burn. That’s why ordinary, general-purpose chassis grease should never be used for lubricating brake components.