ABS which is the short form of Anti-Lock braking system is designed to help the driver maintain some steering ability and avoid skidding while braking. ABS has become standard equipment on the majority of vehicles sold nowadays. This function promotes directional stability and allows steering while maximizing braking.
The ABS system works by using wheel speed sensors to determine if one or more wheels are trying to lock up during braking. If a wheel tries to lock up, a series of hydraulic valves limit or reduce the braking on that wheel. This prevents skidding and allows you to maintain steering control.
ABS Pumps vary from car to car, however every assembly will include the actuator and the pump.
Newer model vehicles sometimes have computer modules integrated into the pump assembly.
If so a module number match is required.
Will be inspected and matched to your exact request.
Brake lines not included.
Brake fluid reservoir is not included in this part either.
A parts of the Anti-Lock Brake System that pumps the brake fluid for the system This is what gives a car the ability to not lock up the tires when slamming on the brakes These are good sales. Not heavy and they can be really expensive at the dealer yet yards sell them quite cheap many times. The abs assembly consists of an actuator and sometimes Hollander asks you which part you actaully need. Unless customer knows, dont guess and always sell it as the complete assembly.