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Brake replcement light

I recently helped a friend replace his front brake pads. I left the old sensor connected but removed it from the pad and left hanging. Now how do I get the light on the dash to turn off?
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Jesterk, i just emailed you the writeup I had for fixing "brake light circuit" failure. I have no clue if it'll help your situation. The writeup I had was for a faulty circuit that loves to trigger obc warnings, nothing to do with burned bulbs, worn brakes, etc etc. Just the circuit.
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I believe you need to actually disable the sensors by grounding them out. Im not 100% on that one though.
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