[V8] brake pad light still on after new parts installed
ingo.rautenberg at gmail.com
Thu Feb 1 13:00:14 EST 2007
The way to check for bad sensor is to jumper the female plug at the
wheel well. That should show which one is bad -- unless of course
there is a break in the wiring lead before the connector.
On Feb 1, 2007, at 12:15 PM, John Dodd wrote:
> On my 1990 V8 I had new rotors ,pads and sensors installed by the
> ,since I had no time to do it myself .
> These are UFOs.
> The service called to say that everything is fine but my light is
> on (brake pad light) and I may have a wire in the harness that is open
> or shorted.The brake display came on about 2 weeks ago and I knew my
> brake pads were getting thin.
> Does this theory make any sense or are they BSers ?
> I suspect one of the new sensors may be bad .Any way of
> it ?
> Any BTDT ?
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