Ford Fusion: Principle of operation - Brakes - Ford Fusion Owners manualFord Fusion: Principle of operation

Disc brakes

Wet brake discs result in reduced brakingefficiency. Dab the brake pedal whendriving from a car wash to remove the filmof water.

ABS

WARNING:

The ABS does not relieve you ofyour responsibility to drive with duecare and attention.

The ABS helps you to maintain full steeringand directional stability when you brakeheavily in an emergency, by preventingthe road wheels from locking.

    Brakes
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    Hints on driving with ABS
    When the ABS is operating, the brakepedal will pulse. This is normal. Maintainpressure on the brake pedal. The ABS will not eliminate the dangersinherent when: • you drive too close to the vehicle ...

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    Automatic release function by accelerator pedal
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