ABS - Antilock Braking System
The braking system makes a car stop.
The speed; the quality of the braking system; the mass of the car; the time it takes the driver to notice a danger. The speed is especially important; other things being equal, braking distance is proportional to the square of the distance. That means that at twice the speed, the car will move 4 times as far while it brakes.
the light tells you in your car
Anti-lock Braking System
The materials used in a car's braking system includes brake pads, brake caliper, and rotor. A cars brakes can be accessed by removing the tire from the car.
They both use the hydraulic system!
They both use hydraulics to function.
You should use this link: http://www.corvettebuyers.com/c4vettes/codes.htm to read the ABS codes.
The 1970 Lincoln Continental was the first American car with ABS.
You dont skid so you can control the car while stopping
Your ABS (Antilock Brake System) is kicking in. It's working.
Brake boosters are found on car braking systems, to help the brakes to stop the car. They work on the disc brakes, using a vacuum supply to add to the hydraulic braking system. On petrol engines the engine may provide the vacuum, on diesel engines there needs to be a separate pump.
Drum & Disc are the two types of braking systems on a car.
They make it so the car does not lock up the brakes and slide. Antilock braking system.
Parts of a car's braking system are designed to wear down and as this happens, they will lose their effectiveness. How often should a car's braking system be inspected? It is recommended that you have the major components of the brake system be inspected once a year or about every 10,000 miles. How often you have the brake system inspected depends on things such as how you drive (how you stop in particular), the age of your car, the type of braking system, whether you live on hilly versus flat lands, highway versus city driving, and the type of braking system that you have.
no and maybe it not connected to your car motor and it motor.
ABS means Anti-lock Braking System. If the light is on and stays on, your ABS system has malfunctioned somehow and is not operating.
If a car jerks forward while in the break position it is not the Automatic Break System but rather the transmission.
You bring it to a macanic and ask him to fix th ABS (automatic braking system)
anti lock braking system