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From the downloadable manual thats floating around:
When the brake pedal is depressed far enough to
actuate the brake lamp switch, the CAB monitors
and compares the speeds of the front (driving)
wheels. It senses vehicle speed, brake application,
and detects vehicle cornering and applies the brakes
selectively to stabilize the vehicle.
Ive never heard of these cars having this, isnt it kind of like stability control? Will the brake light even come on when you brake hard? Any ideas on what years have had this (since this is a 2002 manual do the 01's have it?)
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