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Old 01-24-2006, 04:41 AM   #1
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brake wear indicator reset.....

When you've changed the breaks and the brake sensor wire, does that auto reset the warning on the instrument cluster or not???
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Yes, although sometimes it takes a few starts and stops with the car. If it stays on after 2-3 days of driving, recheck your sensor installation and also check your sensor lines for possible damage.
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Be careful when you do it b/c often times you will have to replace the sensors when you replace the brakes b/c the sensor wears out easilly. I know I had to have mine replaed when I had the brakes done.
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I'm putting a new sensor in, it only cost 8 bucks....Thanks guys for the feedback
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How do you put it in? Where did you get it?
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Hey. Just follow the cable up to a box infront of strut on driverside,the other end goes in the
pad.On the rear, sensor is on pass. side infront of trailing arm.
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