The action has been triggered by six complaints of suspension control arm failure due to corrosion, three of which happened during highway driving, with two causing the cars' electronic stability control systems to initiate.
What does ESCS stand for?
ESCS stands for Electronic Stability Control System (vehicle handling technology)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 22 other meanings of ESCS in our Acronym Attic
- Enhanced Scalability Concurrent Resource Manager (IBM)
- Embryonic Stem Cell Research Oversight
- Enhanced Services Contract Reporting Options (Scotland)
- Emergency School Construction and Rehabilitation Project
- European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
- Endosomal Sorting Complex Required for Transport
- Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity
- Early Social Communication Scales
- East Somerville Community School (Somerville, MA)
- Electronic Security Control System (Bridgeport, CT)
- Electronic Supply Chain Solutions (Florida)
- Emergency Satellite Communications System
- English School of Communication Skills (Poland)
- Enhanced S-Cone Syndrome
- Enterprise Strategy Control Structure
- Entreprise de Soudure Chauffage Sanitaire (French: Heating Sanitary Welding Company)
- Escola Superior de Comunicação Social (Portugal)
- European Coal and Steel Community
- Executive Search & Consulting Services (California)
- Eastern Shore Community Services Board (Virginia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Anti-lock braking systems / electronic stability control systems ?
The Consumer Reports magazine said that GX460 was unsafe as its electronic stability control system has met with some defects, and warned the consumers that it may cause rollover accidents while negotiating tight turns "because, its electronic stability control system does not properly work on rear wheels.
The problem has been traced to the device that powers the electronic stability control system, which selectively brakes each of the wheels to keep the vehicle upright during an emergency.
However, the latest EU-mandated changes insist on checking electronic stability control systems, anti-theft devices, electrical connections on tow bars, and a rather vague insistence on checking "electromagnetic interference suppression".
This significant safety award results from the GMC Acadia meeting the Institute's highest rating for performance in its demanding front, side and rear impacts in addition to providing standard Stabilitrak, an advanced electronic stability control system.