Looking for an ABS pump controller
One of the systems that are essential for the safety of your vehicle is the ABS which prevents the brakes from locking during emergency braking. This allows you to avoid an obstacle or change direction while braking. In addition, ESP systems are also used, and these are responsible for traction control.
How does an ABS pump controller work?
Brake assist systems, which control traction, work on the basis of many different sets of data. The monitoring system is the ABS pump controller; it is connected to some sensors in the wheels, in different parts of your vehicle controlling e.g. wheel rotation speed, vehicle speed and engine revolutions. This makes it possible to control the force of the brake shoes, so that the ABS can apply the correct amount of brake pressure. It is similar with ESP where the braking force of the individual wheels must be controlled in order to keep the car on the correct track.
If the ABS system has failed, or you suspect the controller is faulty, then you should carry out a check, visit a garage where they will rectify the fault. In the case of new cars there is no problem with having the controller replaced, but owners of older cars may have problems with access to some parts. If this is the case, you can look for companies that offer restored, remanufactured ABS pump controllers. These are parts from other vehicles that have been repaired and are fully operational and original; they are not replacement parts of unknown origin. Thanks to this you can be sure that they will fit your car model and will have the appropriate software.
Those looking for an ABS pump controller can visit the website Looking for an ABS pump controller where remanufactured, original ABS pump controllers for cars of various makes and from different manufacturers are available. These are tested devices; on the website you will find exact information which model of the vehicle the device fits. Thanks to this you will be able to purchase correctly working components for your vehicle.