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I have a warning light on. Its 2nd in from left 996 2001, Think its brake pad wrning. It had new pads & discs fitted when i bought car many years ago. The light was on then, Never bothered me. Now its MOT time & new uk rules. No warning lights or a fail, Do i need to get the light reset or is there a problem. All pad wear sensors ok & car has only done 21,000mls. Any help appreciated.

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Thanks for the reply, i can go on a bit sometimes, but what i wanted to know was, will the light extinguish itself when the fault clears. I.E Can i take each wheel off & short the sensor cable out then check light until i find which sensor set is at fault.

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Thanks for the reply, i can go on a bit sometimes, but what i wanted to know was, will the light extinguish itself when the fault clears. I.E Can i take each wheel off & short the sensor cable out then check light until i find which sensor set is at fault.

Yes, the light will go out when the fault is removed.

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