ABS stands for antilock brake system. ABS is essentially an add-on to the existing brake system. It only comes into play when traction conditions are marginal or during sudden panic stops. The rest of the time it has no effect on normal driving or braking. What the system is designed to do is “pump” the brake pedal for you when it is commanded to come on. If your brakes are pulling, pulsating or grabbing during normal braking it is not an ABS problem. The vehicle has a conventional brake problem needing attention. If you have any brake questions or would like your conventional brake system inspected for FREE please call us, we will be happy to help.