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Brian
11-03-1998, 08:10 AM
A friend of mine changed the rear pads and rotors on my wife's 94 318i but did not turn off (reset?) the light on the panel.<p>How is this done?<p>Thanks <br>

Preston
11-03-1998, 11:16 AM
<br> There is a small sensor, probably a resistor, which needs to be changed also. This should have been done with the pad change so that the next time the pads wear out the sensor will show this. I believe that you can get around it by shorting the sensor but don't have any exact details.

Eric Y
11-03-1998, 09:08 PM
For each wheel, there's a sensor which also needs replacing after replacing the brake discs. If I recall correctly they're around $4 a piece available at the dealerships.<br><i>: A friend of mine changed the rear pads and rotors on my wife's 94 318i but did not turn off (reset?) the light on the panel.<p>: How is this done?<p>: Thanks <p></i>


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