The second, which is why cars now have ABS.
what atoms are abs
what is less expensive/easier to work with ABS plastics or polypropylene
No. Some of the solvents, such as benzene or toulene, in gasoline will dissolve the ABS plastic.
They're usually made from 'ABS plastic'. ABS stands for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styren
your abs sensor light is on probably becuase the abs in one or all of your breaks are not working, take it to a mechanic so they can tell you if that is for sure the problem.
If the ABS light stays on, something in the ABS system isn't working properly, most likely the sensor. If it's rear-wheel only ABS, then the sensor is located on top of the rear differential. As long as the ABS light is on your ABS won't work but regular braking is unaffected.
The ABS wires may be unplugged from your rear brakes. On my 94, they plug in behind the rear wheels.
The ABS light might have come on after a rear end collision on a 1997 Aerostar because part of the brake mechanism was damaged in the collision. It is also possible that the ABS light came on because the rim was bent in the collision.
You may have damaged an ABS sensor or ABS sensor wiring. Go back and check each wheel.
The abs system is the anti-lock break system you shoud have your breaks checked as soon as possible
You most likely do have rear wheel ABS. The system has deteced a malfunction and set a code.
17 or replace abs sensor, on top of rear axle
Have the problem with the ABS repaired by a professional.
No, it does not have ABS front or rear.
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner