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      05-02-2014, 09:01 AM   #23
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Did this today and it worked like a charm !!

I took a wild guess and removed the rear passenger wheel, and jumped that sensor. I reset everything while only this one was jumped, and the red brake light reset nicely, along with the mileage for next service.

Plugged it back in, and all is great now.
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Did this today and it worked like a charm !!

I took a wild guess and removed the rear passenger wheel, and jumped that sensor. I reset everything while only this one was jumped, and the red brake light reset nicely, along with the mileage for next service.

Plugged it back in, and all is great now.
Alright, I have tried several times now and still no luck, so I'm at a loss. I have tried resetting without changing anything on the sensors; obviously didn't work. Tried resetting while front right was jumped; didn't worked. Tried putting back the sensors in the stock pads (they are usually tied to the control arms) and reset; didn't work either.

The sensors (fronts and back) look good and don't seem damaged or anything.

I learned my lessons and will reset before the counter runs down next time, but it got down REALLY fast!

Anybody have any idea?
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Alright, I have tried several times now and still no luck, so I'm at a loss. I have tried resetting without changing anything on the sensors; obviously didn't work. Tried resetting while front right was jumped; didn't worked. Tried putting back the sensors in the stock pads (they are usually tied to the control arms) and reset; didn't work either.

The sensors (fronts and back) look good and don't seem damaged or anything.

I learned my lessons and will reset before the counter runs down next time, but it got down REALLY fast!

Anybody have any idea?
you sure you jumped the right wires? "disconnect the sensor and jump the two wires on the harness connector that the sensor connects to"...
You need to take out the two wires inside the harness connector and jump them.
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Alright, I have tried several times now and still no luck, so I'm at a loss. I have tried resetting without changing anything on the sensors; obviously didn't work. Tried resetting while front right was jumped; didn't worked. Tried putting back the sensors in the stock pads (they are usually tied to the control arms) and reset; didn't work either.

The sensors (fronts and back) look good and don't seem damaged or anything.

I learned my lessons and will reset before the counter runs down next time, but it got down REALLY fast!

Anybody have any idea?
you sure you jumped the right wires? "disconnect the sensor and jump the two wires on the harness connector that the sensor connects to"...
You need to take out the two wires inside the harness connector and jump them.
Yup that's what I did. Disconnected the white connector from inside the little black box in the front wheel well and shorted it with a jumper wire.
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Alright, I have tried several times now and still no luck, so I'm at a loss. I have tried resetting without changing anything on the sensors; obviously didn't work. Tried resetting while front right was jumped; didn't worked. Tried putting back the sensors in the stock pads (they are usually tied to the control arms) and reset; didn't work either.

The sensors (fronts and back) look good and don't seem damaged or anything.

I learned my lessons and will reset before the counter runs down next time, but it got down REALLY fast!

Anybody have any idea?
you sure you jumped the right wires? "disconnect the sensor and jump the two wires on the harness connector that the sensor connects to"...
You need to take out the two wires inside the harness connector and jump them.
Yup that's what I did. Disconnected the white connector from inside the little black box in the front wheel well and shorted it with a jumper wire.
That should do the trick, it works on all years
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That should do the trick, it works on all years
I think I'm too thick to make this happen. I've tried I don't know how many times now, that damn thing still won't reset!

Here is my jump wire at the sensor connector, and I'm 100% sure that the circuit is bridged.



I bought one (yep just one I'm a cheap bastard) new sensor and connected it at the front right. Performed the reset procedure on the instrument cluster, and I still end up with the damned dashes! I guess my next option is either to buy the complete set of sensors to replace my perfectly good sensors or let my dealer deal with this whole mess.

Any other ideas?
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I think I'm too thick to make this happen. I've tried I don't know how many times now, that damn thing still won't reset!

Here is my jump wire at the sensor connector, and I'm 100% sure that the circuit is bridged.



I bought one (yep just one I'm a cheap bastard) new sensor and connected it at the front right. Performed the reset procedure on the instrument cluster, and I still end up with the damned dashes! I guess my next option is either to buy the complete set of sensors to replace my perfectly good sensors or let my dealer deal with this whole mess.

Any other ideas?
Use a small screw driver to push the two wires out of the white connector and jump them.
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