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I need the back righ caliper for my passat 2.0t 2006 any help?

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Best place i get parts from is autozone becouse they will beat competors prices if you want to know how much it can cost go to www.autozone.com

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How do you change the brake pads on a 2006 passat


Front Pads

Loosen the lug nuts
Raise the vehicle up
Place safety stand under the car
Remove the Tire
6mm Hex to take out the center bolts
Remove the Caliper
compress the piston of the Caliper
Inspect the Rotor and determine if they need to be turned or replaced
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NOTE: PUMP BRAKES BEFORE DRIVING

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Need to close rear calipers yo replace pads how with out buying tool


check your nearest autozone store they rent tools . hope this helps

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2003 vw passat.How can I compress rear brake caliper to change the pads.MIKE


you need a special tool which fits into the two slots on the caliper and rotates while applying pressure to return the caliper piston. it is because the caliper piston is threaded for use with a combination parking brake.

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What tools do I need to replace the rear brakes and the rear rotor


There is a cheap brake piston retractor kit they sell at Harbor Freight that helps a great deal, because you have to rotate the pistons in the rear calipers, as you push them back in. That is because the rear brakes also act as parking brakes, so can't be allowed to retract. That is all you really need in the way of tools except for the right socket/torex/allen for the caliper bolts. I don't know that exact size/shape of the bolt heads because they change.

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How much would it cost to get my brakes fixed on a 2006 vw passat? also, what about replacing the grill?


an 06 passat has special rear calipers that have to be taken in by a scan tool if you try to turn them in you will damage parking brake motor the brakes also need reset after installation by scan tool or there will be codes in parking brake circuit but the fronts are normal except for sensors on the inboard pads but i beleive at the dealer its around 800 for rotors and pads all the way round the grille im not sure of maybe 150-200 total

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Passat 2003 tdi, brake pad change..


Proper size wrenches and a large C-clamp to push piston back into the caliper is only tools for the front, but back disk brakes require special tool to TURN the piston as it is pushed back into caliper to reset emergency brake. This tool can often be borrowed from Auto parts store or purchased from Harbor Freight http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/ctaf/displayitem.taf?Itemnumber=40732 for about $20. Don't try to service rear disks without the tool, Calipers can be broken if not retracted properly!

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Need to replace the front brake pads on a 2006 scion tc coupe


front is as same as gm, 2 on caliper do not forget to press caliper pistons back into themselves, then just take pads out and replace then, install and start car and press on brake to bring pressure back into caliper

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2006 passat caliper assembly


brake pad sensor if it has one wire or if it has more wires then its an abs sensor but my guess is its the electronic brake pad sensor

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1993 vw passat rear brakes...unable to compress caliper piston? Caliper is off, the new brakes are on but I am unable to get the caliper pistons back far enough to go over the new brake pads.


G clapm and water pump pliers needed,slight compression on G clamp which is on back /piston slight pressure applied then turn the piston with the waterpump pliers ,better with two people one holding it and keeping pressure on G clamp whilst the other turns piston.Yes i know their is a special tool for this and every motor has its own style of tool but mine does all .

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Replacing brake pads in 2001 passat tdi


You'll need a few special tools. You will need some common metric wrenches and sockets, 10-19mm will be more than enough, and you'll need an 8mm Allen bit as well, to remove the caliper mounting bolts (these anchor the caliper to the caliper carrier). If you're doing rear brakes, you'll also need the proper tools to screw the calipers back in. If you're doing front brakes, you can use a C-clamp to compress the pistons back in. Other than that, and maybe a big beefy screwdriver to separate the caliper from the carrier, there's nothing to it.

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