Is your Mercedes-Benz brake pad wear sensor not working, or there’s a brake warning on your dashboard because of a faulty sensor? Learn how to fix the problem by replacing your Mercedes-Benz brake pad wear sensor.
This article provides instructions on replacing the brake wear sensor on Mercedes-Benz cars and SUV models such as C, E, S, CLK, CLS, ML, GL, GLE, GLS, and GLA. This guide is meant to help Mercedes-Benz owners who have changed the brake pads but need help replacing the brake pad wear sensor.
What you will need
- Mercedes-Benz Brake Pad Wear Sensor
- Jack up the vehicle. Support it with jack stands. Install new brake pads.
- Install the new brake pad wear sensor. Insert the new sensor in the small hole on the brake pad.
- Connect the new brake pad wear sensor.
- Restart the car and ensure the brake pad wear sensor warning is turned off. If not, inspect that the new Mercedes brake pad wear sensor is installed correctly.
If you are getting a brake wear warning on the dashboard, you must replace the brake pads and rotors if they are worn. The brake pad wear sensor should only be replaced if the brake pads are replaced.
We hope you find the Mercedes-Benz Brake Pad Wear Sensor Replacement guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Mercedes-Benz.