Mercedes-Benz Brake Master Cylinder 000-430-07-12

Mercedes-Benz Brake Master Cylinder

Replace the old and worn out Brake Master Cylinder with Genuine Mercedes-Benz Products. This is an original replacement part that is created from top quality materials at very affordable price to ensure safety and maximum performance of your vehicle.

Features and Benefits:

  • As you pump the pedal, it forces the fluid into the calipers/wheel cylinders (or clutch bearing for a clutch master cylinder). This works really well because fluid does not compress. Air, however, compresses quite easily, so any air in the braking system will reduce the hydraulic pressure by large amounts
  • If the brakes are operating properly, the pressure will be the same in both circuits.
  • Meets all federal motor safety standards
  • Manufacturer/Brand:
  • Part Number: 000-430-07-12
  • Alternate Part Number: 000-430-01-12, 000-430-04-12, 000-430-07-12-05
  • Part Description: Brake Master Cylinder
  • Part Location: Engine
  • Fit Type: Direct Replacement
  • Quantity Sold: Sold individually
  • Vehicle Fit: Mercedes-Benz CLS 500/CLS 55 AMG (2006), E 320 (2005-2006), E 350 (2006), E 500 (2004-2006), E 55 AMG/SL 500 (2006), SL 55 AMG (2006-2008), SL 550 (2007-2008), SL 600 (2006-2008), SL 65 AMG (2006-2008)
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 646,380.00 Inc VAT

  • USD: 1,558.86$

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Description

When you select genuine OEM parts, you can rely on the high quality and effectiveness of the product without having to guess if it will work with your vehicle. Protecting your investment is important and choosing the right parts can be challenging. So don’t waste another minute searching for a replacement that might work.

In automotive engineering, the master cylinder, also known as the master brake cylinder, converts the non-hydraulic pressure on the brake pedal to hydraulic pressure by feeding brake fluid into the brake circuit and controlling this according to the mechanical force. This device controls slave cylinders located at the other end of the hydraulic system. Master brake cylinders are used both in disc brakes and drum brakes. Over time, with constant use, the seals inside of the cylinder can wear out and form internal leaks. A bad brake master cylinder may result in a pedal that feels mushy, spongy, or that slowly sinks to the floor when depressed.

Specification

Weight4.535 kg

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