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Re: Abs off...why?

Hairy green toads from Mars made jtessman@enron.com say:

>      Under certain conditions (like fresh deep snow) braking is improved by 
>      allowing the wheels to lock up. The first time you sail through an 
>      intersection (after a good dump of snow) because the ABS kicked in is 
>      enough to convince yourself that the button is there for a reason. 


But don't overlook the usefulness of the switch when an ABS sensor
goes south... I had this happen twice, and the car wouldn't have
been drivable if I couldn't turn the ABS off....


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