ABS brake repair refers to the process of troubleshooting or repairing any issues found in a car's antilock braking system or the ABS controller. A car owner can identify if a vehicle's ABS requires repair if the ABS light is active on the car's dashboard.
ABS brake repair typically requires the car owner to use an ABS controller scanning tool or pay a technician to identify the problem. An ABS controller communicates any problem with the system through a specific trouble code that car owners can use to identify the problem areas. In severe cases of damage, a car's ABS control module may need to be completely replaced.