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ABS hydro module's valves state while driving

ABS hydro module's valves state while driving

ABS hydro module's valves state while driving

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All manuals I found describe how hydro module of ABS works, when braking - how input and output valves are opening and closing depending on the braking processes - but no one describe their state during driving. I guess the input valve is of NO type and de-energized while driving. Is the output valve's solenoid energized and the valve (NC type) remains in the open state during normal driving ? Pressing braking pedal, does its switch de-energize and shuts close the output valve ? Thank you !

RE: ABS hydro module's valves state while driving

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Thank you very much ! It is so hard to find answer to many questions in Internet literature - only asking on forums like this, brilliant ones.

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