On my M3 I have them cut and jumped because I am in for a long haul with that car and the next owner of it is likely to be a die hard gear head, on on my ZHP I am reactant to do the same trick because I would hate to have somebody else end up with that car and not realize brakes need replacing until it's too late.Yes, they can be reused if they have not been tripped before. Or they can be tied back and ignored if you are willing to check your pads manually. If the wire is jumped it will keep the light off.
Maybe, but the OP did want to know.
FWIW I very often include additional information that the poster did not ask for.
I find education can help the masses and negate future questions. No?
Actually this thread was revised by a new member (post is now stricken) with his first post and the reply was a nasty one.???
Here you are, 10 years later giving half an answer to a question that was answered within days of being asked. I'm confused.
I don’t give a **** how old the post is. It is never stupid to contribute experience.Actually this thread was revised by a new member (post is now stricken) with his first post and the reply was a nasty one.
I replied because I felt it un beneficial to the community as a whole. Thought I'd start the guy off on the right foot.
Albeit the nasty comment is now gone, making me look stupid.... Trying to foster a community of helpful folks w/o nasty retorts!
I am far from an expert on this tech stuff, but I just use the ‘New’ button, which I find very useful. The new button functionality, after logging in, keeps track of new posts since your last login. But that is probably not new navigation information to the more sophisticated users of this site. I do not go to the ‘Recommended‘ section at all.I hate that the software for this forum is becoming yet another worthless engagement maximizing exercise to benefit the advertisers.
can we just get a list of forums with the most recently updated first and not this recommended crap?