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With most anti-lock brake (ABS) systems, they require a number of electronic components in order to operate, including two primary fuses and at least one relay. The first primary fuse is responsible for flowing power into the system when the key ignites the vehicle. It then activates the relay and closes it. Then the second fuse allows the remaining power to flow into the ABS system. If any of the fuses are damaged, then the ABS system will not operate.
The an-lock brake system plays an important role in how your vehicles handles instability and its ability to stop. If there is any issue with the system itself or its surrounding components, the car will most likely still be able to be driven, however there can be a variety of safety concerns present.
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