What is the function of the brake balance control system?
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Besides, what does brake balance do?
Brake Balance or Brake Bias. Establishes the ratio of braking force between the front and rear wheels brakes. One of the most important adjustments that a driver has to make to a car while running is brake balance.
Likewise, how does a brake valve work? The proportioning valve modulates pressure to the rear brakes so that as weight is transferred to the front wheels under heavy braking loads and pressure on the system is increasing, less and less pressure is being applied to the rear brakes. This minimizes rear wheels lockup as weight is reduced on the rear axle.
People also ask, what is brake control system?
Brake Control Systems contribute to safe deceleration and vehicle stability while braking. They include ABS (Anti-lock Brake System), TRC (Traction Control) and VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) systems. DENSO develops highly reliable Braking Control Sensors and ECUs that offer high-precision timing and control.
How does a brake pressure regulator work?
The brake pressure regulator is located at the rear axle, usually on the drivers side. It controls the amount of pressure the rear brakes receive to help prevent premature lockup. It is a weight sensitive device which increases the pressure as the amount of force applied to it increases.