Question about 1994 Audi 100
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if your handbrake is in between the seats you may have to remove the console that surrounds the handbrake lever, there is usually an adjusting nut behind the lever
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
Hi Shane, Look down at the side of the lever and you should see the adjustment cable ends. There is a lock nut which must be loosened first and then carry out your adjustment. There is also an adjustment inside the disc drum assembly. To get to that one, you'll need to remove the rear wheels and the caliper. Before jacking the vehicle make sure to jack the front wheels so that the vehicle can't roll. Remember to release the park brake after loosening the wheel nuts. When lifting off the calipers use something to tie them up suspended so that the flexible brake pipe is not under tension. Pull off the disc drum and at the top of the assembly there is an adjuster. Carry out the required adjustment and reassemble. keep in mind that if the brake pads get in the way when assembling, push them back so that the piston retracts into the cylinder. Once you've completed the work get into the car and pump the brake pedal until it feels normal. Happy driving. regards John
Posted on May 10, 2012
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