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Re: Brake Linings warning (archive)

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Posted by Neil Deshpande on June 24, 2002 at 00:15:54:

In Reply to: Brake Linings warning posted by Ivan C on June 18, 2002 at 21:17:18:

Ivan C:

You could get behind the wheel and unplug the connector at the strut tower and then short the connector to see if the light goes out.

Alternatively, a multimeter will tell you which sensor is open.

Neil Deshpande


Is there a way to determine which brake linings (front or rear) are giving the warning without removing all the wheels? Also, what are the minimum thickness measurements for the rotors, Front and Back?


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