Professional diagnosis and repair for driving safety systems (ABS/ASR, ESP®)
Bosch is one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of electronic vehicle systems in the automotive industry. The associated expertise is of direct benefit to Bosch Car Service workshops, where our trained specialists can be relied upon to professionally service and if necessary repair the electronic safety systems in your car.
- Diagnostic data for all safety systems and types of vehicle
- Full range of original equipment standard products
- The latest test equipment for perfect maintenance and repair
Expert minds for intelligent safety systems
The professionals at Bosch Car Service workshops know all there is to know about driving safety systems. They have the necessary specialist knowledge and also the essential test equipment. So they are fully equipped to give all the driving safety systems in your car a thorough service and perform any necessary repairs – for ABS, ASR or ESP®.
Bosch has always played an important role in the development of vehicle safety systems - not just since the invention of the Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) in 1995. Yet another reason why more and more car manufacturers place their trust in quality products from Bosch. It more or less goes without saying that Bosch Car Service workshops always have the full range of brake products to original equipment standard available. We also have constant access to the data required for safety system maintenance, so that we are able to offer reliable and professional trouble-shooting and fault rectification.
ABS, ASR and ESP® – and whatever else your car may have
The following is a brief outline of the most important safety systems to enable you to contact a Bosch Car Service expert directly if you have a problem.
Electronic Stability Program (ESP®)
ESP prevents possible skidding if a vehicle gets out of control as a result of cornering at high speed for example. It does so by acting on the brake or engine control system to stop uncontrolled swerving.
Traction control system (TCS)
TCS regulates the drive torque to stop the wheels spinning on driving off or accelerating. This guarantees not only stability but also steerability.
Antilock braking system (ABS)
If the wheels lock up as a result of hard braking, the vehicle will no longer respond to steering action. ABS technology then automatically reduces the brake pressure so that the individual wheels do not come to a standstill and remain under control.