Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: New York, NY, USA
I could be wrong, and cannot find the reference I think I once saw, but as to the brake wear indicator light staying on after a pad replacement, I seem to recall that it eventually shuts off after some amount of riding at some varying speeds, etc. If I can find the reference I'll post it here.
All that assumes the light came on because of actual wear opening the circuit on the brake wear contact at the pad, and not because of the common problem with having a pinched wire set off the warning light
As to the service date and miles, yeah, that takes a reset via GS911 or dealer supercomputer.
2008 K1200GT, Custom Paint, Vivid Black, Aeroflow WS & Aeroguards, Givi E52 Maxia Topcase w/AdMore Lighting, Zumo 660, Suburban Footpeg Lowering, Sargent Seat
2009 R1200GS Adventure, Magnesium Grey/Black, Adventure Cases, Zumo 660, Touratech Unobtanium Accessories
1974 Norton Commando 850 Soon to be a restoration project