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the "sensor" is built into the brake pad - as u had your brakes replaced yesterday i suggest taking it back to the place that did it and get them sort it out - did they just forget to plug the lead from the pad back in?

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the "sensor" is built into the brake pad - as u had your brakes replaced yesterday i suggest taking it back to the place that did it and get them sort it out - did they just forget to plug the lead from the pad back in?

No the lead is there but i think when the brake pad worn out it opened the circuit. I gues what i need to know is if i joined the two wires together will that turn of the light or is there a fuse i can disconnect not to have that anoying light.

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hold on - in one post u say that u had the brakes changed yesterday, but now u say that the pads are worn out.

is it: u had the brakes changed but still have the light

OR

your brakes are worn but u dont want the light on the dash.

as in the other post if u link the harness cables so it is a circuit the light will go out.

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Ok, let me clarify. The light never came ON before changing the pad... Even with the brake pad touching the rotors it never came ON. After changing the pads, it did. He even showed me the sensor and the black padded thing around where the wiring thing was open but the wire was NOT cut, i repeat not cut. The pads in question are the REAR pads. I really careless about this sensors since i always check my brake pads every know and then. I just want the lights off without having to replaces these sensors.

Hope that helps.

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