Check brake fluid level--I believe both service and "e" brake use the same light. Low brake fluid could indicate leak (Need service NOW) or brake pads need replacing due to excessive wear Try engaging the brake all the way then releasing it. It might just be sticking. The ebrake sensor could be malfunctioning. It is usually located along the ebrake pedal somewhere. Hope this helps.
if your normal breaks doesn't work and your in trouble you pull the emergency break
Only in an emergency.
I assume you mean Anti-lock braking system. It prevents your wheels from locking up in an emergency stop situation, or when it detects that the wheel slippage rate is occurring at different rates under braking conditions.
You would only do it in an emergency.
The motor mounts should not keep breaking if they are installed properly. The delay in the transmission indicates it needs work, probably a rebuild.
The anti-lock braking system usually reduce the skidding that occurs when tires lock and therefore allows the driver more control during emergency braking. Having the tires on ABS can help a stranded driver to veer away from emergency situations.
The terminology for this system is ABS (anti-lock braking system). This prevents wheels from locking while braking heavily. The reson behind this is that when a wheel is locked, it cannot steer, which can lead to accidents. The point of ABS is not reduce the braking distance, but to alllow this vital steering while emergency braking.
It prevents the tires from locking up.
the footbrake is 50 and the handbrake is 16 on a split system
thresh hold braking
The Electronic Brake assist System (EBS) is a very efficient aid in emergency braking situations when the driver wants the vehicle to stop as quickly as possible. In these situations, most drivers apply the brake fast, but not with the maximum pressure, and this insufficient braking power leads to dangerously long braking distances. The system is triggered when the brake assist recognizes the fast and hard braking by the driver classified as typical 'emergency braking' and activates the maximum braking power immediately. Therefore even moderate pedal force leads to maximum deceleration. This can help avoid an accident or reduce its seriousness, due to decreased vehicle speed at the moment of collision.
No, it locks up on the brakes
It prevents the wheels from locking up.
Anti-lock breaks are designed to prevent wheels from skidding, or lossing traction in the case of an emergency stop.
Exactly what their name implies - the prevent the brakes from locking up.
Could be a vacuum leak
Check your brake fluid level, you're probably low.
Mainly 2 types of braking are used: rheostatic braking and regenerative braking
Could be a fuse , a sensor , or some other problem with the anti-lock brakingsystemA malfunction has been detected with your anti-lock braking system . It could be afuse , a sensor , or some other problem
Steering will "wobble" at higher speeds and sometimes when braking. General looseness in steering.
plugging rheostatic or dynamic braking regenerative braking
Antiliock braking system is the mechanism which controlls the braking of brakes, If the pedals are fully pressed it will oppose the motion to protect your braking
Even if you removed all of the components that make the ABS system function, the computer would miss it terribly and would put up a most horrendous fuss including bells, whistles, and flashing lights. If the system is malfunctioning, take to a qualified mechanic and have it repaired. It is truly in your best interest and those who ride with you.
Rollercoasters sometimes use magnets to launch and accelerate it. Also, they are sometimes used for braking the coaster. Sources: common knowledge (for me) (BTW I'm 11)