ABS brake


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ABS brake

n
(Automotive Engineering) another name for antilock brake
[from German Antiblockiersystem]
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Class A comes equipped with ABS brake system, 16-inch rims, electric side mirrors, and front fog lights.
The CDS-GPS supports braking tests, acceleration and deceleration tests, fuel consumption assessments, tire validation, ABS brake testing, irregular brake-force balance monitoring, and the optimization and fault diagnostics of other vehicle electronic control systems.
The unit will be used by Onyx for the manufacture of ABS brake sensors for commercial trucks and trailers and the manufacture of sub contract assemblies, such as wiring harnesses and electrical equipment assembly.
VAUXHALL is recalling 355,000 Corsas built between 2004 and 2006 and Combo van and Tigra models built between 2004 and 2008 to replace the ABS brake control unit.
VAUXHALL is recalling around 355,000 Corsa C generation three and five door models, built between 2004 and 2006, and Combo van and Tigra models, built between 2004 and 2008, to replace the ABS brake control unit.
An optional eight-stud, 275 mm bolt circle configuration with hub-piloted wheel mount and ABS brake capability.
It also has many luxury options including LED front and rear lights, non-slip brakes, tonic chairs skin, and ABS brake system.
Since its introduction, Bosch has produced and delivered over 130 million ABS brake control systems all over the world.
The highest category comes equipped with ABS brake system, 16-inch rims, electric side mirrors, and front fog lights.
The first problem, which affects 59,248 vehicles in the UK, involves a faulty hydraulic ABS brake unit that could spring a leak.