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Each wheel of a vehicle fitted with an Automatic Braking System has an ABS sensor. These sensors pick up signals from the corresponding ABS ring to determine wheel speed, and this information is then sent to the ABS controller which applies corrective pressure to the brakes via the hydraulic unit. Doing this maximises performance & safety. ABS sensors are a common fault because of the detrimental factors such as dirt, heat, moisture & vibration due to their location near the wheel. If a fault develops in any part of the ABS, a warning light will usually be illuminated on the vehicle instrument panel, and the ABS will be disabled until the fault is rectified.


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Amk BSEN002
Cambiare VE701043
Febi 21584
Fuel Parts (Uk) AB1042
Intermotor 60230
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Lucas Electrical ELABS002
OE 1H0927804
Beckermann 8050192
Delphi SS10308
Fuel Parts (Marathon) FPAB1042
Herth+buss (Elparts) 70660002
Ifa V5001A
Kerr Nelson ALB205
Lemark LAB024
Meyle 1009270004
Mobiletron AB-EU003
Motaquip LVAB103
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