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      05-25-2015, 11:17 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by gismo3 View Post
The old sensor was worn out and caused the initial light warning as the pads thinned out. After replacing the pads i put in the new sensors, and the front reset worked fine but not the rear. How can I check if the new sensor is defective or faulty ? If I return, they probably will not exchange it and i would have to buy a new one with no guarantee it is defective. I put an ohm meter reading across it and it has shown no resistance...
Ohm meter check is what I would have suggested. Of course make sure connection is clean. You might try searching other model BMW forums. When I had the problem of no reset, I did a search on it and found I wasn't alone. I have a vague recollation of someone with the same problem of having to plug the sensors in a certain order. You might try jumping the connection.
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