Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
I have not worked on a Polo before but almost all VW have a wedge that adjust the back brakes all you have to do is remove one of the lug nuts and place a flat screw drive in the hole a push the wedge up./ I believe to spring and wedge toward the front of the car, Put your lug hole at 3 o'clock and you sould feel the spring if not put it at 9 o'clock.
Hope it helps, remember do one side at a time, the other side is a good refirence.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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