The company aims to address an often-overlooked problem with its new ABS service program

Melbourne-based Injectronics is well-known for the services it provides, including testing and repairing a wide range of control modules and related components for passenger and commercial vehicles.
Injectronics also services a number of electronic and mechatronic automotive components.
The company says it has a focus on innovation as it seeks to identify and address areas of concern to thoroughly maintain vehicle technologies in a safe and cost-effective manner.
Recently, Injectronics has turned its attention to the servicing and upkeep of anti-lock braking systems (ABS), which is something that is often overlooked.
Injectronics recognises that the anti-lock braking system is one of the most significant advancements in road safety and says it has been proven to reduce frontal collisions by as much as 35 percent.
When there is a problem with the ABS, a warning light may pop up on the instrument panel. Other warning signs include wheel or pressure sensor fault, low-voltage related fault, or even intermittent ABS disengagement.
Injectronics may also identify an issue with the ABS modules during a routine vehicle servicing with a simple scan tool.
All of the common anti-lock braking system issues, which are especially prevalent in older and high-mileage vehicles, can reportedly be addressed by Injectronics through its ABS service program.
The company states that it can resolve most ABS faults in just one or two days, which will likely save time compared to a repair at a dealership.
Injectronics also claims to be significantly more cost effective, stating that in the event that a supplied module is unable to be repaired, Injectronics can usually offer a replacement unit.
After completing a repair, a hydraulic function test on repaired units is completed to ensure correct functionality. This test is carried out on test equipment that was designed in house and which Injectronics says was the first of its kind in the world. All repair work is covered by a 12-month warranty on workmanship.

For more information on the test, repair, and service of anti-lock braking systems, or for any other vehicular electronic or mechatronic issue, you can contact the Injectronics technical hotline on 1300 308 060 (Australia) or 0800 535 547 (New Zealand).

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