August 8th, 2018 by

If you have an older BMW vehicle, something that may occur is the brake pad lights will appear on the driving display after getting the brake pads and brake sensors replaced. The problem is most likely due to an electronic issue, and not a brake pad malfunction, and can usually be resolved by resetting the brake pad lights.

To reset the brake pad lights in a BMW, insert the key (or key fob) in the ignition. Move it to position 2, but don’t start the ignition. Open the driver’s door and wait for approximately 10 seconds. After that, the brake pad lights should reset.

Get Brake Service for Your BMW in the Los Angeles-Area

If mechanical issues for your BMW extend beyond easily-resolvable things like resetting the brake pad lights, it’s important that you take the car to get serviced at an authorized BMW service center. If you live in the Los Angeles-area, you can take it to us right here at Pacific BMW in Glendale.

When you get your BMW serviced at Pacific BMW, you can have the utmost confidence that we’ll give it the best possible care. All of our technicians are certified by BMW, we use the latest in state-of-the-art diagnostic and repair equipment, we have a reputation for delivering exceptional customer service, and we even have a fleet of courtesy vehicles. We can do all types of vehicle service, including routine maintenance, brake service, muffler/exhaust repairs, electrical service, tire balance and rotation, filter replacement, coolant flush, and much more. We can even help you learn how to check your car oil levels at home.

Also, we have much respect for our customer’s time, so we work very hard to keep your service appointments as brief as possible, while still providing an excellent level of care.  Schedule a service appointment at Pacific BMW for your BMW service and repair needs!

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