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      06-28-2014, 06:29 PM   #6
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Like Mike said. What has happened is that you have sensors connected to the rotor which is flush with the pads. These sensors have shaved down to their warning limit. You need to replace your pads and the sensors. My advice, when you replace the sensors just zip tie them to the suspension and call it a day. It's too easy to check your pads every now and then unless you don't mind wasting money on them.

The only other reason this could have happened is that your pads are good but you maybe tracked the car, heated the sensors and caused them to melt. They are nothing special just plastic with a metal point to set the alarm and wiring. This was my issue so I zip tie.

Take a look at your iDrive and it will tell you if it's the front or rear.