ABS Modules & Sensors
Early Antilock Braking Systems consisted of a separate ABS Electronic Control Module (ABS ECM or ECU) also known as an ABS computer.
The ABS Module controlled the valve body solenoids after processing input signals from the vehicles wheel speed sensors and in later systems additional sensors, such as steering wheel angle and gyroscopic sensors were used to detect the direction of the vehicle. Mercedes Benz and then other European vehicles, such as BMW, Volvo, Saab, Audi, and VW were all early users of Antilock Braking Systems.
Later ABS Modules incorporate the electronics, the valve body and pump as one complete assembly. This ABS Module assembly can also have incorporated Traction Control, (also known as ETC), stability control (ESP), cornering brake control (CBC) along with hill descent control (HDC)
Injectronics repair, remanufacture and stock, a large range of these remanufactured Antilock Braking Systems to suit such vehicles as: Audi, VW, GMH, Ford, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Saab, Volvo, Jaguar, Jeep, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, Mitsubishi and many other vehicles.
The common brands are ATE, Tevic, Bosch and TRW.