A Brief Story About Anti-Lock Braking System

In 1903, Frenchman Paul Hallot applied for a patent for a brake force regulator for railway vehicles. In 1928, Karl Wessel received a patent (No. 492799) for a brake force regulator for motor vehicles. In 1940 Fritz Ostwald proposed an electromechanical brake controller, which was tried and tested in the experiment. The first use of an anti-lock braking system was tested in the US by Bendix in the aviation industry, so that the aircraft remained on the track after braking at high speed. From 1952, various military and commercial aircraft were equipped with the Maxaret anti-skid developed by Dunlop Rubber.

The anti-lock braking system (ABS) is a technical system for more driving safety and less wear on the treads of the wheels. ABS counteracts the possibility of blocking the wheels by reducing the brake pressure during braking. This makes it possible to steer better and steadily during braking of motor vehicles and aircraft. In addition, the system can reduce the braking distance on the wet road by controlling the wheel slippage. On a dry road and loose ground – for example gravel or snow – the braking distance can be extended. The system, referred to as rail anti-skid, is designed to prevent the formation of flat points, which lead to a characteristic impact sound during the journey.

Mazda 323 / Familia / Protege

The Mazda 323 / Familia / Protegé has been produced as the Mazda 323 / Astina in Europe, North America, New Zealand and Australia; And formerly known as the Mazda GLC; Then as Mazda Protegé in North America. It has been the best selling Mazda vehicle in the US. And with more than 10 million units, has been ranked as the best selling car in the world of the Japanese brand. The next generation, which appears with a long succession of names around the world, such as the 1000, 1200, 1300, 800, 808, Mizer GLC, 323 (common name in Central and South America) as well as Protects, and maintained a high tradition Of mechanical reliability and good performance.

2002 Mazda 323 / Familia / Protege Anti-Lock Braking System Wiring Diagram

The following schematic depict the 2002 Mazda 323 / Familia / Protege Anti-Lock Braking System Wiring Diagram. The ABS system consist of battery, ABS wheel speed sensor ABS motor, ABS motor relay, PCM, data link connector, ABS Control Module, instrument cluster, brake system warning light.

2002 Mazda 323 Familia Protege Anti-Lock Braking System Wiring Diagram

2002 Mazda 323 Familia Protege Anti-Lock Braking System Wiring Diagram



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