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What type of brakes are on the front of 1998 golf?

What type of brakes are on the front of 1998 golf 4-cyl ?

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The front brakes are disk brakes ...

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Brakes are spongy


Did you also bleed the rear brakes? Also try the gravity bleed method working from the right rear wheel, then left rear, right front, then left front. Be SURE to keep the master cylinder full at all times while bleeding.

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Want to interchange rear end on a 1997 5 speed isuzu rodeo. Can i use a rear end from a 1998 3.2 rear end


Hey there Alex,
I am going to say no...
I did check the interchange and Hollander Interchange says no.
Reason being , the carriers are different.
I am assuming you are working on a 2wd , or you would have mentioned the front axle assembly as well.

Here are the options for the '97 ;
96-97 only
disc brakes (6 cyl), (4.30 ratio, 43/10 teeth, S7C), 3 sensor ABS (sensor in pumpkin)
disc brakes (6 cyl), (4.30 ratio, 43/10 teeth, S7C), 4 sensor ABS (sensors in axle tubes)
drum brakes (4 cyl), (4.56 ratio, 41/9 teeth, HC6)

and here are the options for the '98;
1998 and 1999 only
4x2 (drum brakes), 3.73 ratio (41/11 teeth, 6NW)
4x2 (drum brakes), 4.56 ratio (41/9 teeth, HC6)
4x2 (drum brakes), 4.10 ratio (41/10 teeth, GT5)
4x2 (drum brakes), 4.30 ratio (43/10 teeth, S7C)
4x2 (drum brakes), 4.78 ratio (43/9 teeth, S2J)

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Changed both front (rears are drums and did not change) brake calibers and pads on my 1998 F150 pickup 2 wheel drive. In doing so I let the master cylinder go empty. How do I bleed the brakes now. I have...


your probably going to have to bleed the entire system.1st try & bleed the master cyl.
basicly the same as you would bleed the front/rear brakes. pump pedal & hold while someone
loosen the brake line on the master cyl. after m/c is bleed move to r/r,l/r,r/f,l/f wheels in
that order. if you have abs brakes & you got air in the pump a scan tool may be needed
to bleed properly.

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1.4 GOLF S 1998 POOR START BRAKE LIGHTS COME ON TEMP GUAGE DONT


firstly change the autochoke sensor ,its the back sensor on the front of the engine right side in the plastic top hose housing

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1998 Volkswagen Golf- need the diagram layout, brake lights won't work and the bulbs are fine. thank you.


Did you check brake pedal switch for power? Disconect the switch/located next to steering column under the dashboard/ and short the terminals/two/with wire,switch ON and look at the taillights.If not-change the fuse.If YES - change brake lights switch,but first trie to pull out the front side of the switch and check again tail lights.

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Plug wire order on coil pack just put on a new one


My sincere apologies for the delayed response.
I am personally going back to answer your unanswered questions.
I have only been a free contributor to this site for the past 4-months.

I do not know if you still need this information, but I am going ahead and answering it anyway.


I do not know if you have the 2.5L (4-Cyl), 2.8L (6-Cyl), or the 3.8L (6-Cyl); however I have included all three below.

For the 2.5L (4-Cyl)
Firing Order:
1-3-4-2
Cylinders:
(back of engine)
1-----2-----3-----4
(front of engine)
Ignition Connections:
(back)
o <-----1
o <-----4
___
o <----2
o <----3
(front)

For the 2.8L (6-Cyl):
Firing Order:
1-2-3-4-5-6
Cylinders:
(back of engine)
1--------3--------5
2--------4--------6
(front of engine)
Ignition Connections:
.........(back)
|.1..4.|.|.6..3.|.|.2..5.|
.........(front)

For the 3.8L (6-Cyl):
Firing Order:
1-6-5-4-3-2
Cylinders:
(back of engine)
2------4-------6
1------3-------5
(front of engine)
Ignition Connections:
Type I:
(back)
6..2..4
3..5..1
(front)
Type II:
(back)
|.3..6.|.|.2..5.|.|.4..1.|
(front)

Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

Again my apologies...





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Hi.what is the name of the wires going to under the master cylinder at the front end of the master cylinder ,I have a ford windstar 1998


do you mean the wires that go to the plug on bottom of master cyl or the plug on the side of master cyl ?
the wires to the plug on the side of the master cyl are to the brake fluid level sensor.
the wires to the plug on bottom of the master cyl are to either a brake pressure switch or a brake pressure transducer.

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