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Brake wear signal came up ,i have got the brakes fix how can i get the brake wear signal off

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You would need to check for power in and out of the brake light switch, then the turn signal switch to find the problem.

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Worn brak pads signal their wear by allowing a little metgal scraper to contact the metal brake rotor when brakes are applied. It's their way to signal the driver that the brake pads are worn down.

If the brakes have been worked on recently, the technician may have slightly bent the metal brake rotor shield ) inward enough so that it can intermittently contact the spinning brake rotor. That makes a squealing sound sometimes or all the time, depending on how much it was bent. Poke it with a long scrfewdriver to bend it away form the rotor (just a little is all that is needed.)

Likely the pads are wearing otu and you are hearing the intended warning squeal from them. It can come and go depending on which way the car is turning.

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Disc brakes usually include a part called a wear indicator. A wear indicator is a small piece of metal attached to the brake pad that contacts the brake rotor when the pad material has been worn down to a certain level. When the wear indicator grinds against the rotor, it makes a squealing noise as you apply the brakes. This noise is a signal which tells you it's time to have your brakes examined.
In other words, noisy brakes aren't something to mess around with. If you hear that sound when you apply the brakes in your vehicle, have them checked out as soon as possible.
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CHECK BRAKE LIGHT comes on the dash board, I ahve chaged the light several tiems, it works for a while then, you guest it the dash board signal appear again?


It's trying tell you there is something wrong with your brakes. Fix the brake problem and the light will stop coming on. Check your brake fluid level and check you brake pads for wear.

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when your front brake pads wear down to minimum pad thickness a metal tab scrapes against the brake rotor signalling you to service your brakes because there is very little brake material left. this may be the sound you hear.

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Unless one of your calipers is sticking or not engaging fully then there should be no reason for uneven wear unless you have a defective pad.

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What is the recommended mileage for brakes to be replaced on a 2005 Escape?


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Brake pad llight on audi 2001 a6


In the past I had the same problem with new pads!
You must check up if new brake pads electrical wires are OK. Try as follows:
1. Disconnect only new brake pads wires from the vehicle electrical circuit.
2. Extract old brake pads wires from old brake pads.
3. Insulation wear cap from old brake pads wires.
4. Connect old brake pads wires on the vehicle electrical circuit.
5. Switch ignition ON and start engine.
Now the wear light must go off !
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Hello all; I figured out this one; it is indeed the turn signal switch. There are plastic tabs that hold the whole assembly together under constant friction when you use the turn signal. They eventually wear out. I was able to fix mine on my own. I had to take the air bag out and everything! The easy way to figure this out is to take out one of the brake lights from it's mount, lay it in the trunk connected and fold the seat down, so you can look back and see it go on as you pull the turn signal lever slightly towards so and step on the brake. That's how you know it's your turn signal control. you can either replace the control or fix it with washers and lithium grease like I did. It wasn't really hard. I used the Haynes manual and bought a stearing wheel puller. Still cheaper than the dealer or repair shop. I paid $60 overall.

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