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      10-05-2012, 02:47 PM   #1
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Front Brake Service Reset Issue

Hey guys I replaced my front brakes and followed the DYI to reset the service notification. The problem is that I completed the whole process and was able to reset it but instead of extending the next notification, it just zeroed out the mileage and I'm still getting the notification everytime on start up. When the notification first showed up, it showed -30 mls, after I reset it it shows ---- mls. Did anyone have this issue when resetting the service notification? Its so annoying!
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Why would you replace your own brakes when it would seem you're still receiving free maintenance?
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You've gotta replace your sensor too.
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Why would you replace your own brakes when it would seem you're still receiving free maintenance?
This is for my e90 330i, my DD. I am a total idiot. Totally forgot about the sensor. Thanks guys!
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