Question about 1999 BMW 323 Series
How to reset brake light on dash after changing pads. 1999 BMW 323i
Once you have replaced the brake pads and a new sensor , turn on the ignition without starting the engine for approx 45 seconds and the warning light will reset itself , regards mark
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
Sorry to tell you, but you need to replace the pad-wear sensors as well. They are the little trapezoid pieces that hang inside the tops of the inside pads. They should run about $10 each. Once replaced, disconnect the battery completely for about 10 minutes, if you have a stock radio keep the code handy.
Next time check the pads every 10-12K miles. I have been running the SAME pad wear sensors on my Z3 for the past 2 pad changes now after making the same mistake the first time.
Best of luck!
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