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Old 01-09-2006, 10:05 AM
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BMW X5 Brake Pad Sensor Reset DIY

Contributed by: David Zeckhausen

Reset Brake Pad Warning



Turn the key to position 2 but
don't start the car then just wait for 30 seconds or so until the yellow warning light goes out.



This is assuming that your service center really installed a new sensor and they plugged it in to the harness properly.



Minimum Pad Thickness is 3mm and Minimum
Rotor Thickness is 10.5mm



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