This rubber pipe is used to connect the disc brake oil container with the disc caliper, to supply the oil when brake is applied.

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If you’re experiencing an issue with the rear disc brake system in your EV, it’s important to address it promptly for safety reasons. Here’s how you can handle the situation:

  1. Consult the Manufacturer: Reach out to the manufacturer or refer to the vehicle’s manual to confirm the correct specifications for the rear disc brake system. They can provide guidance on the appropriate length and configuration of any brake lines or hoses.
  2. Professional Inspection: If you suspect that the oil pipe (likely a brake line or hydraulic hose) is the incorrect length, have a qualified technician inspect the vehicle. They can determine if there’s an issue with the length of the brake line and recommend the necessary corrective action.
  3. Replacement or Adjustment: Depending on the assessment, you may need to replace the brake line with one of the correct length. Alternatively, if it’s a matter of adjustment, a technician can make the necessary modifications to ensure proper fitment and functionality.
  4. Safety Check: Once any adjustments or replacements are made, it’s crucial to perform a safety check on the entire braking system. This includes checking for leaks, ensuring proper fluid levels (if applicable), and testing the brakes to verify their effectiveness.
  5. Preventive Maintenance: Regular maintenance is key to ensuring the ongoing safety and performance of your EV’s braking system. Be sure to schedule routine inspections and service intervals according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

By addressing any issues with the rear disc brake system promptly and following proper maintenance procedures, you can help ensure the safety and reliability of your electric vehicle.

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