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      06-07-2008, 06:03 AM   #1
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´Brake Pads. Replace !´WTF ?

Hi all, needs some advice if anyone can help..... Coming home last night I got the above warning message come up on the I-Drive and the warning light on the centre console is permanently on. The I-Drive service indicator says the rear pads need to be replaced in 9,000kms and the fronts in 25,000. So why am I getting this message ? It doesnt even tell me if its the front or back that need replacing ?

I mentioned on another thread recently that I could hear a squeaking noise at low speed so I guess this must be the pads.

So:

1. Could there be a pad problem, but they are not necessarily worn ?
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2. They are worn and the service indicator interval for them has not been set correctly ? (The car has done 53,000kms)

Do you think I could go to an independent garage if they do need replacing, does it really matter if they are OEM's or not ?

I really wanted to get everything done when the service was due in 7,000kms to save labour costs etc, but looks like that ain't going to happen

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Takes 30 mins to swap the pads over, so get an indy to do them, I did them on mine and reset the service light.

However if it is still showing 7000km till they are dure not sure what is going on there?

I would do them all and reset the indcator again.

Probably €150 all in?
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Takes 30 mins to swap the pads over, so get an indy to do them, I did them on mine and reset the service light.

However if it is still showing 7000km till they are dure not sure what is going on there?

I would do them all and reset the indcator again.

Probably €150 all in?
I know its strange, i might pop in the rapid-service bimmer dealer on Monday and ask them whats wrong with it.

How do you reset the service light ?
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It is a known fault, and needs to be taken into BMW for an ECU reset - Mine did exactly the same - All under warranty
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It is a known fault, and needs to be taken into BMW for an ECU reset - Mine did exactly the same - All under warranty
Cheers OliH, I'll take it into tomorrow and hopefully they will agree with you
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Just an update.....fired it up after work today and the bloody fault has disappeared !

Trouble is, I dont know if that is a good or bad thing
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Andy, from one of your posts in another thread:

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Hi Viv,

You havent got the SIB for this have you ? http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=147958

In English will be fine no need for Español
I've had a look at the current SIB List revision 16 & can't find anything in there related to your problem in particular, I'm afraid.

As Oli suggests, I'd take it in to your dealership & let them sort it out for you.

All the best.

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It is a known fault, and needs to be taken into BMW for an ECU reset - Mine did exactly the same - All under warranty
Same here. Mine thought I'd done 30k miles on pads, but had done nowhere near that much.
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