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      01-28-2013, 09:47 AM   #1
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Annoying brake sensor issues

Replaced all pads and sensors (utilizing parts from Turner) and attempted to finally clear the annoying lift icon that presented itself once the sensor tripped. Will not clear, brakes are reading at 255%.

Pleas assist in removing this annoying warning/code. Sensors were confirmed as installed correctly.

Details below according to the CBS.

Rear Brake pads (1st service) - 255%
Rear Brake pads (16th service) - 255%

Brake sensor availability has been detected as 255%

Causes:
Non genuine sensors being used
Reset carried out before the sensors were replaced on the vehicle
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      01-30-2013, 10:00 AM   #2
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Anyone? More detail needed?
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      01-30-2013, 10:16 AM   #3
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What procedure are you using to reset it? Do you have a BT tool?
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Not specifically sure, although I confirmed the tool being used has successfully cleared these codes in the past with similar cars. I have printed out screenshots from the computer used at the shop which I could provide, if that adds any value.

Reached out to Turner earlier today, see if I can get them replaced and try this all over again. While I'd agree the probability of all the sensors being faulty is low, it seems to the only option that at least I can think of.
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