Dude, you don't even need those sensors. Just put a jumper wire in the vehicle side plug, tape it in place and out of the way and you're gravy.
Or you can solder them and whatever.
I bought a set of front and rear brakes from a dealer here on VW back in December. I didn't need to install them at the time, I bought them because of an advertised sale.
I bought these same brake pads from the same dealer a few years, they worked/performed great.
Yesterday I decided to replace my brake pads and I notice that I received the wrong type of front brakes. The sensor wire had a male plug........
Although I ordered the exact same part number from years back, I was sent the wrong brake pads.
Looks like I received brake pads for a Passat, not a MKIV GLI.
Dealer has not responded to emails or IMs. I feel I may be out of the dealers warranty since I purchased these back in December.
Question; can I cut and splice the sensor plug from my old brake pads onto the new pads?
I plan on soldering and using heat shrink on the wires, but I'm wondering if anyone has done this.
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