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Discussion Forum : Automobile Engineering - Section 6 (Q.No. 5)
5.
The brake pedal during ABS operation
is pushed upward forcefully
pedal stroke becomes longer
transmits slight kickback to the driver's foot
all of the above
Answer: Option
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Rajini said:   10 years ago
What is abs? How does working ?

Satish achariya said:   9 years ago
Abs brake was Whelan you push the break pedal same time four wheel break working.

Samba said:   9 years ago
ABS means that Automatic Breaking System.

Jaguar jas said:   9 years ago
ABS-Anti lock Breaking System.

When you press the brake pedal it releases the brake pressure in brake line of the braking system in order to avoid locking of wheels.

Locking up of wheel leads to sliding of wheel so steering will not in driver control during this situation.

ABS helps to avoid sliding and to have better directional.

Rakesh said:   7 years ago
ABS are antilocking braking system. It prevents from steering lock and prevents from the skit. When we apply a break then wheel get a lock and due to movement of inertia vehicle not able to steerable. Due to that vehicle is unable or prevent from the collision.

Sreenu said:   6 years ago
ABS is the anti locking brake system.

Kumar said:   6 years ago
Abs is stand the antilock breaking system. These systems is prvent the tyre from locking and give directional control.

Amol koli said:   4 years ago
As the name signifies, the anti-lock braking system is a safety system in cars and other automobiles that keeps their wheels from locking up and helps their drivers to maintain steering control. Also referred to as the anti-skid braking system sometimes, it enables the wheels of a vehicle to maintain tractive contact with the ground so that they don't go into an uncontrolled skid.

With ABS, you have more control on your car during situations such as sudden braking. Basically, it is designed to help the driver maintain some steering ability and avoid skidding while braking.

Jignesh said:   3 years ago
It is employed on the rear or front? Please explain.

Fecson said:   3 years ago
The system helps to equalise the pressure to allwheel so the driverfoot feel a slight kickback.

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