Took over a lease on a 2019 Ti Sport and just had the joy of getting an estimate on front brakes from the dealer. $1,038.91 for pads and rotors? Uhhh, no. Took to an independent shop that works on Alfas, Maseratis and Ferraris and they were much cheaper, go figure. They replaced the front pads and machined the rotors but are stumped about how to turn off the red “BRAKE” warning light on the dash. That had been going off and on for about a month before I brought it in to the dealer and every once in a while it said on the display that the pads needed to be replaced. Dealer said they were at 2mm fyi and rotors looked ok but a good idea to replace them so they did not make noise. Oh. So, now that the independent shop replaced the pads with OEM, and double checked the pad indicator is not causing the light to be on, and brake fluid is ok, does anyone know the secret to turn it off? Does it turn off after a certain amount of miles? Needs to be recalibrated? Trying to avoid another trip to the dealer. Thanks.