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Old 01-24-2011, 02:42 PM
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As the name suggests, electronic stability control is a system fitted in cars and SUVs which has specific sensors located in certain parts. These sensor components sense the car control being lost and activate the ESC, which in turn electronically controls traction and control of the vehicle. As soon as there is any loss of control sensed; the ESC may apply brakes, decrease the engine power, or reduce wheel skids. This system is useful in situations of oversteering, understeering, and evasive manoeuvres. It is also beneficial in enhanced handling on gravel patches and snowy and slippery roads. ESC does not need to be controlled manually, and the driver does not need any additional skills to control the car when this system is active.
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Default Re: What is Electronic Stability Control?

I think the key word is control! at any time you arn't sure that you have it . someone else want's it. of course in the name of safety. or just simply another way for someone to make money on an idea. I am not totally a skeptic though perhaps! it could save your life some day.
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Default Re: What is Electronic Stability Control?

thanks for the information. really nice postq
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Default Re: What is Electronic Stability Control?

Electronic Stability Control is a automobile control system consists of receptors and a microcomputer that consistently watches how well a automobile reacts to a motorist's guiding feedback, precisely is applicable the automobile braking system, and modulates engine power to keep the automobile journeying along the direction indicated by the rim position.
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