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    'Brake Pad' sensors

    Ive had 'brake pad' up on the screen in my GSi for a few months and i knew the rear pads were really low, so tonight after work i finally got round to fitting new pads, but there wasnt any pad sensors on the rear which i thought was abit odd, and sure enough it still says brake pad on the screen! so im assuming its the front pads that need changing also? even though they dont look that low!?

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    It could be the wiring to the front pad sensors if you don't think they are that low
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    ah well, looks like il be uprating the front brakes aswell then!, the inner pads must be lower than i thought at the front or the sensor may hav fallen out/become unplugged like u said, cheers mate for the quick reply

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