Easy to follow guide on how an automotive anti-lock brake system works, this
information pertains to most vehicles.
The anti-lock brake system (ABS) helps to maintain control and directional stability
of an automobile in case of extreme braking circumstances, this is achieved by controlling
the rotational speed of each wheel by metering the brake line pressure to each individual
(Note: if the ABS light is "ON" while driving the anti-lock portion of the system
is in bypass mode and will not operate.)