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      12-26-2012, 02:52 PM   #1
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E90 Rear brake pads computer mileage reset

I have just replace my rear brake pads on an e90 with i drive how do i reset the computer so the mileage is reset
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      12-26-2012, 03:00 PM   #2
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I just made a DIY to reset the microfilter, you use the same technique except you reset the icon for rear brakes, go to the end of the video. hope it helps
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=784951

go to 4:45
Its the icon showing the rear tires with an exclamation point
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      12-26-2012, 07:34 PM   #3
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The reset will work, but only if you have replaced the wear sensor or you had less than half wear on the pads and the first set of contacts haven't yet been opened. There is a very clever system for approximating wear based on a two stage sacrificial contact system. If you attempt to reset and the wear sensor has been triggered, you get a dashboard of lights and the fronts will error out as well. It's really quite impressive. I know because I did this. I replaced pads without replacing the wear sensor and tried to reset the system. Once I replaced the wear sensor, all was right with the world again. Good system. A little confusing for a first timer, but very manageable. p
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The reset will work, but only if you have replaced the wear sensor or you had less than half wear on the pads and the first set of contacts haven't yet been opened. There is a very clever system for approximating wear based on a two stage sacrificial contact system. If you attempt to reset and the wear sensor has been triggered, you get a dashboard of lights and the fronts will error out as well. It's really quite impressive. I know because I did this. I replaced pads without replacing the wear sensor and tried to reset the system. Once I replaced the wear sensor, all was right with the world again. Good system. A little confusing for a first timer, but very manageable. p
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      12-26-2012, 08:10 PM   #5
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The reset will work, but only if you have replaced the wear sensor or you had less than half wear on the pads and the first set of contacts haven't yet been opened. There is a very clever system for approximating wear based on a two stage sacrificial contact system. If you attempt to reset and the wear sensor has been triggered, you get a dashboard of lights and the fronts will error out as well. It's really quite impressive. I know because I did this. I replaced pads without replacing the wear sensor and tried to reset the system. Once I replaced the wear sensor, all was right with the world again. Good system. A little confusing for a first timer, but very manageable. p
+1 this post should be a sticky somewhere
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