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After replaceing park brake and rear pads on my 2006 landrover lr3 about 10 days later the "check brake pads" message apeard on my DIC. Is there away to erease the code. The yellow warning lamp and chime is intermint. I am a former GM tech. thankyou

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As you know you can now buy a cheap scanner at advance auto that will erase codes...
I would double check my work..It could be a misadjusted ABS sensor or contaminated.
I am also a tech...former GM but now I am level 2 Chrysler.
I also have a landrover freelander and I hate it...Most of these have the worst wiring system in the world.It could just be a wiring issue that landrover themselves have done wrong when they built it.
But I myself would disconnect the negative cable for 30 seconds and this will definitley erase the codes.....Normally the warning light will cut itself off after going at least 6 miles per hour after you perform the repairs but it seems it didnt come on until after you already done the repairs....So I guess it was late telling you...This is what I meant by their wiring being poorly done..
So I would check my work just to be sure then disconnect battery.....If it comes back on the only thing you can do is change the sensor...Volvo is bad for the same problem.
.............hope this helps...........................Metalpoet............PS.Make sure fluid level is correct.

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

  • kirkmurney Apr 02, 2011

    Dear Metalpoet, the next day the wife went out of town so I stayed late and removed the left front sensor with the ignition on, nothing happened. I reclined the pass seat, removed the r/rear wheel and turned the ignition on and started moving the wire harness to the pad, lone behold, the cluster started to chime and warning lamp would light up on the dic. Right where the wire enters the black 90,its shorting. Wife bought a new sensor wire from LR, $21.00 fixed. PS did body electrical for GM 25 years and engine work for Chrysler for 5 years back in the 70,s.PPS love are LR3, everthing but the gas milage. PPPS any problems with GM,s let me know, maybe I can help.I did trim and body electrical, thanks again Kirk

  • Ryan Aug 03, 2012

    When I only drive my 2006 lr3, I always get a rattle on my steering wheel and it feels like I have a flat tire on my back left rim. T also feels lke my parking brake is on and I don't ever see a warning light or anything, and its only when I drive on the highway, when I feel this, I pull over and notice I have smoke coming from my back left pads and smells like break pads , what's wrong with this? It. Never does this when driving on reg road. Ryan TMZ tv

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