Used Subaru ABS Ringss

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About ABS Ringss

Part of your car's Anti-lock braking system, Subaru ABS rings play a crucial part in the process which allows you to maintain control of steering, enabling you to brake easily by regulating the air pressure in the wheel brakes.  

Subaru ABS rings actually look like cogs and are located behind each of your car wheels.

As the Subaru ABS rings spin around they work together with the ABS speed sensors to detect when your wheel is about to lock and potentially skid by measuring the amount of hydraulic pressure required. A message is relayed to the ABS Control Unit ECU which adjusts the brake pressure to ensure your car wheels don't lock up, allowing you to control your car and preventing your car from skidding and sliding.

Due to the fact that it is constantly spinning, this part suffers from friction damage, which will eventually cause it to malfunction.  Damaged Subaru ABS rings are inefficient at best, but could also cause the anti-lock braking system on your car to stop working.  If your Subaru ABS rings are faulty, the ABS warning light will illuminate and it is advisable to sort the problem out as soon as possible.  ABS rings are fairly simple to fit and replacing them with quality Subaru ABS rings you can be certain that the part will be compatible with the make and model of your car.

Subaru trivia

  • In 2011, Subaru teamed with a Japanese animator group to make a cartoon called Hōkago no Pleiades, or "Wish Upon the Pleiades". The main character was a girl called Subaru.
  • Owners of the Subaru Forester and the Subaru Outback have a strange obsession with car stickers. It is very rare to find one that hasn't got multiple stickers on the back. Like badges for scouts, Subaru encourages this trend with their Badge of Ownership stickers and lifestyle icons.
  • An estimated 96% of Subaru vehicles sold over the last decade are still being driven on the roads.
  • Subaru is owned by FujiHeavy Industries and is in partnership with the Toyota Motor Corporation.
  • The Subaru name comes from the Pleiades constellation. The word means 'united' in Japanese.