my sons E 63 AMG has a sensor bolted to the caliper on the passenger side rear. Should there be one on the drivers side?


Asked by May 10, 2015 at 01:52 AM

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Tom Demyan

Sounds like a brake pad wear sensor. If that is what it is, then no, you will have only one on the rear. You also will have a sensor on one of the calipers on the front of the car as well.

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