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Old 11-09-2017, 08:35 PM
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135i brake wear sensor malfunction

2013 135i has thrown codes for rear wear sensor. Sensor is still intact pads are 75% or greater. Tried to just reset/erase code with schwaben tool won't let me. Tried new sensor, code still present. Any ideas what would throw a false wear code?

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Sounds like the wire is broken between the sensor and the DSC unit.
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