Delphi Automotive Systems introduces a next-generation antilock brake system (ABS) that can be tuned to eliminate the pulsating and clicking that disturbs some drivers, particularly those in the U.S. The system, known as DBC9, is an electro-hydraulic hybrid that eliminates the need for a vacuum booster and has a smaller master cylinder. A motor driving a pump pressurizes brake fluid that is stored in an accumulator. A set of linear solenoid valves controls flow of the fluid and distributes ...

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