No. The warning light is either off or on. Just two states, depending on
whether the brake pad sensor has closed the circuit or not. Unfortunately I
do not know at what thickness the warning comes on, but depending on how you
drive, you should still be able to do another couple of thousand miles
before the pads begin to damage your rotors.
If it's even close to it and one day you slam on your brakes it will
set it off. See if you have brake dust around your wheel, meaning
abundance of it. You'll clean it off and two day later it's dirty
again. That means there wearing at a higher rate. Mine where flaking
around the edges.
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 08:15:54 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (John
No, there is only the red light when the brake warning circuit is
disconnected, the warning is also set if the wiring is defective.
On older models the circuit made ground connection, but by faulty wiring /
connectors the warning system was disabled.
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