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      12-26-2012, 03:27 AM   #6
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Ok. I decided to give up on the sensors too. All I need to do is to cut off the wire and twist 2 wires together?


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Originally Posted by CanAutM3 View Post
This is correct, as long as the pad sensor did not send a trigger to the ECU, you can reset the mileage countdown through the dash. Otherwise, you need to change the sensor.

BTW, I have given up on the sensors a long time ago. I simply took the connector end of the sensor, cut off most of the cable and welded/taped the two wires together. Changing pads is now much faster and cheeper .

I kept a good set of sensors for when I will sell my car .
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