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Re: ABS in reverse (was 10/10ths)
ABS, particularly the early ones relied only on wheel sensors to tell
if a wheel was locked. As you said, if all four wheels are locked, the
ABS computer is thinking, "No problem, we're stopped!!" It should have
picked up the motion but if you were going too slow, it may not have.
I think you answered your own question.
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On Sun, 01 Mar 1998 17:42:40 -0800 Wolff <email@example.com> writes:
>The reason I asked the question in the first place, was that mine
>definately did not work once. I was backing down hill on ice very
>and hit the brakes. All four wheels locked up and slid. Maybe if you
>going slowly enough, the ABS doesn't come on as it thinks the car is
>rest. It did work great going forward, but I was always going faster
>when I applied the brakes. I wish I had done further testing while I
>in the snow.
>> I would think so, the sensors that measure the speed of each wheel
>> no idea in what direction the wheels are going, it only measures the
>> between the rivots on the rotors.
>> Kerry Griffith wrote:
>> > Wolff Wrote:
>> > I wonder if the '91 200 tq ABS is supposed to work in reverse or
>> > Mine does.
>> > Kerry
>> > 91 200q
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