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Old 08-23-2016, 03:07 PM
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Default Help!! 535i Xdrive ,Message brake system drive moderately replace brake pad

I have a 2011 535i Xdrive. I went to service last month. The BMW service told me I need to change brake pad after 3000 miles.

I got the message brake system drive moderately replace brake pad" today after I drove about 500 miles. Do I need to change the brake pad or any possible something wrong in the sensor?

Do I need to change the brake pad in the service center of BMW? May I change it at Jiffy Lube?


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Don't worry about it, your brake pad sensor has probably been worn out.

Once in service after they change everything it will be gone.

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