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In addition to electricity, the ABS system requires hydraulic pressure to activate the brakes. And in order to ensure that the ABS system has an adequate amount of fluid at its disposal, the anti-lock brake fluid level sensor is utilized. This fluid level sensor is part of the master cylinder and it monitors the level of fluid in the reservoir. If the fluid drops below a certain level, the sensor sends a signal to the anti-lock brake system to illuminate the respective icon on the dashboard.
If you have a malfunctioning anti-lock brake (ABS) fluid level sensor, then the ABS system will not have the ability to detect when the ABS fluid in the reservoir is at a low amount. As a result, the ABS system will disable and lock up your brakes when driving.
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