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It should reset itself:thumbsup

A circuit is made once the pad sensor makes contact with the disc. Once new pads and discs are fitted the circuit will be broken and therefore the light should no longer be illuminated:thumbsup

Replace pads and sensors, lock up the car and go for a cup of tea and then go back and check to see if the light still displays:D
 

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E60 got to reset it in cluster sensor are different from normal sensors, after approx quarter pad wear sensors wear down with pads and adj pad mileage in cluster. So need reseting via cluster or diagnosis machine, they dont reset themselves.
 

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E60 got to reset it in cluster sensor are different from normal sensors, after approx quarter pad wear sensors wear down with pads and adj pad mileage in cluster. So need reseting via cluster or diagnosis machine, they dont reset themselves.
thats what a friend of mine mentioned but i wasnt sure he was right,thanks for that.
 
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