The anti-lock braking system (ABS) relies on the ABS control module to run diagnostics and control the modulator. The module is crucial in guaranteeing that your wheel won't lock when you brake hard and suddenly.ABS control module function
The ABS control module is a microprocessor that runs tests of the vehicle's antilock braking system. It takes this data from the wheel-speed sensor and the hydraulic brake system to decide when is the best time to release the braking pressure. This is important because it prevents the wheels from locking up or skidding.Common issues with a malfunctioning ABS control module
The ABS control module is equipped to provide you safety, but a malfunctioning ABS control module can cause the brakes to lock up, traction control may be disabled, and there will be a decline in braking ability.