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    Question Brake pad sensor

    Can anyone tell me if there is a brake pad sensor on the rear as well?

    52 plate 2.0 DTI SXI

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    Nope just the front NS

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    Apparently the front nearside wears out quicker than the other 3, LoL.

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    Apparently some people aren't capable of checking their own pads...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penfold101 View Post
    Apparently some people aren't capable of checking their own pads...
    Yep something far wrong if you have to wait on a light to tell you to change your pads

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    Or waste a tenner replacing the sensor... IMO, of course...

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    front pads look fine (to my lawyers trained eye!) which is why i asked.

    Rears are sticking which is why i thought a sensor may have been on the rear

    Quote Originally Posted by Penfold101 View Post
    Apparently some people aren't capable of checking their own pads...
    or not!

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