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Old 03-05-2005, 08:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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driving to work this week brake lining warning popped up on obc checked brakes today not worn down to sensor but close so fitted new pads all round including new wear sensor to the front brakes rear one looked ok so fitted it back in with new pads still coming up with brake linings warning any ideas guys what this is driving me nuts cheers car is 1990 bmw 530 se 6 cylinder model
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it is probablly the rear brake lining sensor
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driving to work this week brake lining warning popped up on obc checked brakes today not worn down to sensor but close so fitted new pads all round including new wear sensor to the front brakes rear one looked ok so fitted it back in with new pads still coming up with brake linings warning any ideas guys what this is driving me nuts cheers car is 1990 bmw 530 se 6 cylinder model
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yeah thinking same thing will fit new sensor asap let u know what happens thanks
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Some BMW's you have to leave with just the ignition on for 25 sec's after changing rake sensors (it resets the fault memories) but I think your car is to early The sensors are easy to test just bridge them and watch the light. If this fail they are feed from the instrument cluster it's a single that loops through both sensors and goes to earth so if you put a volt meter anywhere on this circuit between the wirer and earth you should see 7volts (I think but it's less than 12v)
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