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Old 12-08-2014, 02:09 PM   #4
BoxsterSteve
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As Radium King suggests, if you have re-used your old wear sensors, it's most likely that's where your problem lies.
Replace them, or do as I did. Mine are stripped and spliced together, sealed with shrink tubing and zip tied to the back side of the strut. Presto, no more pad warning light. I'm OK with that because I visually inspect the brakes twice per driving season, so the pad warning sensors are just unnecessary fluff to me.
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