ABS Repairs Belfast

Watson Auto Electrics specialist in the diagnosis and repair of electrical problems related to ABS on any vehicle, call Graham for ABS Repairs Belfast: 07851 982422

We repair anti-lock braking systems, ECS & TSP on all makes of Cars, Vans, Trucks, Caravans, Motorbikes and trailers.

  • We use the latest auto electrical diagnostic equipment to pin-point every fault for ABS Repairs
  • Qualified & experienced auto electrician
  • ABS/EBS module replacements/upgrades available
  • Our ABS repair service is cost-effective and hassle free.
  • Thatcham Category 2 installations
  • ABS ECU sensor replacements

Anti-lock braking system (ABS)

Anti-lock braking system (ABS) are automatic brake mechanisms that allows the wheels on a car to maintain contact with the road surface according to driver inputs while braking.

ABS prevents the wheels from locking up to avoiding uncontrolled skidding. ABS does this at a much faster rate and with better control than a driver could manage.

An ABS has speed sensors placed in the car wheel.  The ABS will sense when a wheel has stopped moving and when other wheels continue to turn.  It will sense that this wheel is skidding and will tell the ABS controller to pump the power to that wheel in the attempt to regain traction.

ABS can often be unnerving for 1st time drivers as the brake pedal appears to fall and the car will start vibrating.  Which is normal for an ABS system.

With over 13 years experience we provide a professional and reliable ABS repair service that will ensure that any ABS faults are correctly diagnosed and repaired to a high service.

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Anti Lock Braking System - Frequently Asked Questions

What is the most common ABS fault?

One of the most common faults and easiest to repair is a broken cable on the ABS sensor, this is simply replacing it with a new sensor.

What are the signs of needing ABS repairs?

Car will show a few different warning signs, such as making noises while braking. You may also notice a difference in having to press the brake further, or even all the way to the floor to come to a stop. Without an activated anti-lock braking system some cars have a longer stopping distance. Even in the absence of these signs, you should visit an auto-spark immediately if the ABS light on the dash goes on.

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