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R Benny Waered
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Re: Servicing the brakes 2020/03/12 09:34:25 (permalink)
Ahh TRW is a brand.  Thanks.
BoxsterLL11
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Re: Servicing the brakes 2020/03/22 20:48:37 (permalink)
Will be doing my son's Macan brakes in a few weeks time replacing both front and rear pads/discs so these "how to" guides will be extremely useful.
 
can anyone confirm that there is only ONE wear sensor or TWO sensors for the rear brakes ?
 
My son bought all the parts for ECP and the rear pad set only came with one sensor lead whereas he had to buy the front sensors separately for the front pads.
Design 911 website state two are required per axle.
post edited by BoxsterLL11 - 2020/03/24 11:55:13

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