Originally Posted by docaso123
if you reset the brake service interval and after this you see red service light and "---------" You must change sensor. Why? read this:
You may use old sensor if it is completly untouched. If surface of sensor is used car detect this, but do not show any warning. If you reset interval you must use new sensor, because car detect that sensor is old
Logically for this exists simple & economic solution.
If the sensor gives resistance about 0.5 kOhm, it means that the critical level was not reached and sensor may be reused, speculative with safe. You may simply connect the 1st phase wiring using solder.
At least I thing so. I have to change my brake pads soon so I will report if I was successful.