Brake pads are a key component in your vehicles braking system. As the brakes are applied their contact with the brake rotors are what allow you to stop. Over time this interaction causes brake pads to gradually wear down, reducing your braking ability.
Coolant is the generally accepted term for the liquid that absorbs heat from the engine and releases it through the radiator. As the coolant circulates through the system, it transfers heat to the radiator and into the air. The liquid is cooled, fed back to the engine through the cooling system, and the cycle repeats.
The Cabin Air Filter is generally a pleated-paper filter placed in the outside-air intake to the passenger compartment and is designed to remove dust, pollen, mold spores and other contaminants as the outside air enters your vehicle. A clogged or dirty cabin air filter can significantly reduce airflow from the cabin vents, increase the load on the blower motor and allow allergens to enter the cabin air stream.
The transmission is what directs the power of your cars engine to the drive wheels to provide the best balance of performance and fuel efficiency under the most extreme
load or temperature conditions. There are up to 2,000 moving parts within the transmission that need to be cooled and lubricated constantly.