Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
SOURCE: skoda octavia 1.9 tdi
try the intercooler pipes next to the turbo i had an a4 tdi and that done the same thing lots and lots of smoke and very little power .cheap repair and won't take all your day off let me know if that helps
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
It can be the wheel Hub bearings. The rotors if warped will wear out pads early. Bad calipers are another possibility as well as a bad Master cylinder.
If the Hub bearings are bad your tires will have cupping. If the tires are okay the rotors are warping from contact with the pads. The pads won't release if the calipers are jamming OR the Master Cylinder is keeping pressure to the calipers.
You can get a pressure check done on the Master cylinder to see if the pressure is releasing when your foot is off the brake. If the pressure is releasing then the calipers are probably sticking. Make sure to use new brake hardware and a lubricate for the hardware when you assemble the calipers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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