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    Hi all just changed the pads and disks all round on the vec and managed to f*** the break were sensor it crumbled as I took it out of the old pads so got warning light on getting new wire in morning but just woundering how the blue end comes out the connector block does it just pull out or what any info be great as I only got tommorow to sort it I know you can connect the ends to trick to sensor but would rather replace it

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    New sensor will just clip in mate

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    Normally push in or pull out a lug then pull out the plug.

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    I had the same but just joined the wires. 10 min jobs and then you don't have to worry about it ever again.

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    there's a brake wear sensor?- what does the warning light look like?

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    A circle with broken lines around the outside.

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    the one with the ! inside?

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    Can't remember 100% as my pad warning light is bridged, pretty sure there is no symbol inside the circle. Maybe that's for the low brake fluid?

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