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Old 02-01-2013, 01:16 AM
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Hello,
I got the very same problem this morning, for some unknown reason; I never use p-brake; I drive the car maybe twice a month; it's a 2006 conti gt mulliner. Moreover another problem suddenly came on at the same time, automatic lights didn't work anymore; So far it seems related to electronic momre than mechanic; I'll have the car inspected by Bentley Brussels and will keep you posted;
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Nixx,

Seems Bentley has figured out the P Brake light issue is some failed sensor that needs to be replaced, so this is common/defect. As for the other thing, probably just a small 'reset' could fix it.
 
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I'm a new owner and from what I've heard tire sensor light is the most common light to come on - I've also been told vw tire sensors which are much cheaper than Bentley will also work
 
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Yes, simply cross reference the VW Phaeton for various possible parts substitution / solutions
 
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I am experiencing the same problem. Were you guys able to identify which exact sensor needed to be replaced? My mechanic's VAG-COM shows the problem coming from the rear passenger side wheel. Any help with specific part numbers will help! Thank you in advance.
 
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It's the rear right (passenger side on USA spec). Part # is....


(Getting my service book, brb)


Brake Actuator 3W0907801E ($252 in May 2010, we did a core return of the old one)


Also see in August 2010 I had the same problem (yellow crossed out P) and they replaced 3W0698996E electric parking brake ($400.19). Odds are THIS is your problem more than the first one ($252).


Hope this helps.
 
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@stevenrmusic thank you so much brother! that worked like a charm...only a 10min jobbie. It was in-fact the Electric Parking Brake (3W0698996E) causing the issue. Got the part from FlyingSpares.

Simply took the rear passenger wheel off and got the electric parking brake swapped after removing the 2x star screws that hold it in place. New unit comes with 2x brand new screws.
 
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Question "Please check brake lights" message

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT TO DO TO FIX THIS MESSAGE "PLEASE CHECK BREAK LIGHTS"
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