ESP is an abbreviation standing for Electronic Stability Program while ESC is an abbreviation standing for Electronic Stability Control. Both of these systems aim at producing the same results, that is, give the driver more stability in controlling and steering a car when traction is lost. Loss of traction refers to the loss of sufficient grip between the wheels of a car…

ABS is an abbreviation standing for Anti-Lock Braking System. It is included in the making of a car to assist the driver gain greater control of the car especially when braking. APPLICATION;When you press hard on the normal brake pedal, the disc/drum brakes are engaged and they slow you down. But at the risk of locking up…

Stabilizer bar bushings are fixed in cars in order to reduce road noise, absorb bumps and cracks in roads while delivering a softer ride. The stabilizer bar is also supported with rubber bushings that keep the vehicle’s body from rolling as it navigates turns.   When these stabilizer bar bushings are worn out, the warning…

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