Question about 2004 Volkswagen Polo 1.4
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must still have air in one of the pipes - not necessaryily only to the wheel you have been working on (though normally that is so). Did youu make sure that the fluid level remained above minimum in the brake fluid master cylinder while you were bleeding the brakes? Possibly a slurp of air went in there and now the other pipes will need bleeding too. Don't panic - just bleed all the brake pipes, making sure that the master cylinder level stays high.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
this is a turn in caliper, meaning that as you try to compress the piston, you also need to rotate it clockwise. you can buy tool for this at nearly any parts store, and is fairly inexpensive.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for your assistance. I found out the turning piston part by mistake, a day after I posted the question, when I tried to use a G-Clamp."
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