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Jag brake pad wear sensor

On 2009-2010 Jaguar XF vehicles fitted with 326 mm (13 inch) front brakes, the brake pad wear warning lamp may be illuminated in the instrument cluster. This may be caused by the front brake pad wear sensor harness being chafed by the left front wheel.

Pad wear sensor………….P/N C2Z16061

Retaining clip…………….P/N C2Z24246

 1. Note the installed position of the brake pad wear sensor before removal. Disconnect the brake pad wear sensor:

      a. Remove the brake caliper bleed nipple cover.

      b. Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake caliper bleed nipple.

      c. Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake hose clip.

      d. Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake pad and install the brake caliper bleed nipple cover.

2. Remove the brake pad wear sensor:

      a. Release the brake pad wear sensor from the two brake hose clips.

      b. Disconnect the electrical connector.

 3. Install the new brake pad wear sensor:

      a. Secure the brake pad wear sensor to the three brake hose clips.

      b. Connect the electrical connector.

4. Make sure that the new brake pad wear sensor is installed in the original position. Failure to do so may result in damage to the vehicle. Install the new retaining clip and secure the brake pad wear sensor to the brake pad.

1: Remove the brake caliper bleed nipple cover; 2: Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake caliper bleed nipple; 3: Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake hose clip; 4: Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake pad.
<p>1: Remove the brake caliper bleed nipple cover; 2: Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake caliper bleed nipple; 3: Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake hose clip; 4: Release the brake pad wear sensor from the brake pad.</p>

Make sure that the new brake pad wear sensor is installed in the original position to avoid vehicle damage. Note the sensor connection at the brake pad.
<p>Make sure that the new brake pad wear sensor is installed in the original position to avoid vehicle damage. Note the sensor connection at the brake pad.</p>

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