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    Question Pad wear sensor

    I know loads of people have fitted the DS2500's but was just wondering what to do with the pad wear sensor to avoid a warning on the DIS? Is there a fuse I can pull or do I need to do something else? Did a search but couldnt find info!

    Any help appreciated.

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    I just cut the wire off form the old pad and shorted it, so there is contact. Wrapped the wire in heat-shrinking tape and plugged it back in. Stopped the DIS warning without any problems

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    Ah thats cool, I cut the old wire & connector off just in case I needed it lol! Thanks for that, will sort that tomorrow.

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    Or short the contacts via a resistor.

 

 

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