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What does ABS mean? How can I exchange it?

WRITTEN BY RANGA YANG

 

ABS is a system that reduces wheel locks when braking suddenly or on slippery roads, and stops the car safely over a short distance. ABS is an abbreviation for "Antilock Brake System". Among them, the ABS sensor (wheel speed sensor) plays an important role, and it is located to each wheel and monitors the wheels separately to detect the timing when each tire and the road surface lock.

There are various possible causes for the warning lamp to light up or blink.

It is difficult for an amateur to identify the cause because there are various possible causes such as a malfunction of the vehicle speed sensor, a malfunction of the brake lamp, an abnormality of the ABS function itself, or an abnormality of the electrical system.

And replacing the ABS sensor requires touching the inside of the disc plate, which is a very time-consuming task even for those who are familiar with cars.

Be sure to have a specialist repair it without touching it with an amateur's idea.

Check the point "Is it a light that notifies the operation of ABS when the emergency brake is applied?", And if not, promptly have a dealer, dealer, maintenance shop, etc. inspect it.

Mobiletron products are available in a wide variety of models, including Western, Japanese, and Korean models, so that they can be adapted to vehicle models around the world.

We are responding to diversification in small quantities, and have a history of more than 35 years including the development of not only sensors but also other electrical components.

For example, COROLLA, which is widely sold all over the world, covers a wide range from the 2019 model of AB-JP149, which is the Mobiletron part number, to the 2000s model of AB-JP002.

We are constantly striving to develop models so that we can provide more products to our users. 

For more information, please search our website: https://www.mobiletron.com/

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