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GT3 PCCB Brake Replacement


tjmturbo

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Loren,

My GT3 is used almost exclusively on the track. As I replace the PCCB brake pads frequently the wear sensors always seem to succumb to the heat and just seem to crack and break apart as I remove them. Is it possible to remove/disconnect the sensors completely and run without them? Will anything light up on the dash?

Thanks

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Remove the sensors and jumper them or use a wire as a jumper and tie them off to a suspension piece (that does not pull on the wire).

When you say use a jumper do you mean I should tie the two red wires that are on the plug end together.

If so, I can use one of the broken parts and cut the plug end off and just tie the wires together and put the female plug back in the connector and effectively dummy out the connection. Is that what you are suggesting? Sorry if I am a little slow on this one. It seems like every time I remove something lights come on!

Thanks

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Remove the sensors and jumper them or use a wire as a jumper and tie them off to a suspension piece (that does not pull on the wire).

When you say use a jumper do you mean I should tie the two red wires that are on the plug end together.

If so, I can use one of the broken parts and cut the plug end off and just tie the wires together and put the female plug back in the connector and effectively dummy out the connection. Is that what you are suggesting? Sorry if I am a little slow on this one. It seems like every time I remove something lights come on!

Thanks

Please disregard the second reply I must have sent it twice by mistake

Thanks for your help

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