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I have an ml320 1999 and the brake sensor message wont come off, i have changed the front & rear brake pads still the problem is unresolved. during the alarm even the gear wont change Can you help?

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When you changed brakes did you replace the sensors? Also check to make sure sensor cable is not cut or shorting out. (Had same problem on 300E, put wheel back on and cut new sensor wire)
I'm not aware of brake sensors having effect on gear shift unless it's a safety feature on your model.

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