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The anti-lock brake (ABS) system is a complex system that vastly improves a vehicle's ability to stop. In a typical ABS system set up, ABS fluid is needed to be stored in order for the system to operate. This specific fluid is then pumped into and stored in the accumulator, and the anti-lock pressure switch's role is to turn the ABS pump on and off. It turns the pump on when the fluid stored in the accumulator is low, and turns it off when the the fluid stored in the accumulator is full.
With a malfunction anti-lock pressure switch, the ABS pump is unable to pump more ABS fluid into the accumulator. As a result, the entire system may shut down.
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