BRIMLEY, MI – Federal approval of a Continental-Teves warning system appears imminent in the wake of the supplier’s petition to allow use of an instrument panel light to alert motorists of brake booster failure. The petition stems from the development by Continental-Teves of its “optimal hydraulic braking” (OHB) system, which will debut next year in the North American market on a light-vehicle platform. The system piggybacks on a vehicle’s antilock brake system, using its pump to restore ...

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