I need to replace the rear pads and rotors on my 2015 Fusion Energi (~62k miles). Based on what I have read online I need to put the rear calipers electric actuators controlling the parking brake function in "maintenance" (service) mode before I can attempt to retract them to make way for the new pads. Once the work is done I will need to take them out of maintenance mode to drive the car again.
I tried the following sequence that I found on YouTube unfortunately it is not Fusion Energi specific.
-put key in "on" (not start position)
-simultaneously press the accelerator to the floor and press the e-brake switch down (dis-engage) hold position on both items
-turn the key "off"
-Turn the key "on" within 5 seconds of shutting it off
Left most display screen should indicate that the rear brakes are in maintenance mode.
Well o tried this a couple of times and it did not work. is this sequence correct?
Taking it out of maintenance mode requires you to do the same only this time holding the e-brake switch up (engage) and cycling the switch on and off.
Thanks for looking