Where is the abs control unit on a Nissan 300zx?
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Asked in Nissan 300ZX
Where is the abs motor relay located in a 1995 300zx na coupe?
On a 1995 300zx N/A Coupe it is located behind the passenger seat under the plastic cover where the ABS assembly is. It is in a black box on top of the ABS unit under the black cover. There are two relays one has a raised tang on it that is the abs motor relay the other is the solenoid relay. Should be the same for 1990 to 1995 and maybe more and TT should be the same, do not know where the 2+2 relay is.
When the ABS light is on what is the problem?
Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) Description: Today, virtually all cars come with ABS as standard equipment or as an option. The typical ABS system includes wheel-speed sensors, a hydraulic control unit, and an electronic control unit. When you apply the brake pedal, the electronic control unit monitors and compares the signals from the wheel-speed sensors. If the electronic control unit senses rapid deceleration (impending lock-up) at a given wheel, the electronic control unit commands the hydraulic control unit to reduce hydraulic pressure to that wheel. This type of pressure limiting is similar to pumping the brake pedal, only much faster. Some pick-up trucks and cargo vans have rear-wheel only ABS to handle different braking needs under different loading conditions. This type of ABS system controls only the rear wheels and limits pressure to both of them when either is about to lock. Click here to view a detailed diagram of the brake system. Purpose: ABS was designed to help you maintain directional control during emergency stops and when road conditions are poor. By maintaining control, you have better chances of avoiding a crash. ABS is especially useful on wet and slippery roads. You should never pump the brake pedal on a car with ABS, since the system itself
How does automotive multiplex wiring systems work?
How does automotive multiplex systems work? Each of the systems (ABS, Engine, Airbag ect) has a control unit. Each of these control units has a transmitter and a receiver to "talk" to the other units. The units are "ranked" according to safety or the systems that they control. As an example, this is how the system would operate. The ABS system receives a message fom the wheel sensors to say that the wheels have locked. The ABS unit sends a message to the engine unit to reduce throttle angle (acceleration). At this point, the ABS unit has priority to send messages. The vehicle fails to stop and crashes. At this point the airbag (SRS) unit sends out a crash signal. Now, the SRS unit has priority, as it is safety crittical.
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WHAT IS AN ECU IN A NISSAN?
ECU stands for Engine Control Unit. It is present in every modern day vehicle. It takes in various sensor readings (like engine speed, fuel level, engine temperature etc) and controls the various systems (like ABS, Traction Control, Cruise Control etc) and indicators on the dashboard of the vehicle.
Asked in Car Batteries, Nissan 300ZX
How do you prevent a faulty ABS actuator from draining the battery on a 1995 Nissan 300 ZX?
The most common way is to remove the fuse itself for the ABS, your breaks will still work but the ABS feature will not run constantly and it will in turn operate without a dead battery. As far as a permanent solution I do not know for sure how to fix it, it is a somewhat common problem with the 300zx and power problems.
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Your 1991 300zx antilock brake light stays on?
Your anti-lock control unit computer may be faulty. You should check the diagnostic codes of your ECU, which is under the passenger side floor mat and carpet, under a piece of wood. The anti-lock control unit is somewhere under the back seat, if you have a 2+2 like mine. It is very expensive to replace with a new one, but reasonably cheap to get a used one. I got a used one from a Nissan-only wrecker for around $200 and had my mechanic put it in. My '90 2+2 NA didn't have ABS for years before I got it, and now it works great.
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Asked in Auto Parts and Repairs, Mercedes-Benz
How do you replace the ABS relay on a Mercedes A160?
When your ABS is malfunctioning or off, your car's safety is compromised. If your vehicle is equipped with any type of traction control or stability management system, there is a good chance this is disabled, as well. For ABS relay replacement you need two things New ABS control unit and Screwdrivers. Please visit the About link in the Related Links section below to know the full ABS relay replacement method.