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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It should just be the caliper mounting bolts that bolt the caliper to the hub assembly. If I remember correctly, they're 17mm. There are two of them, and if you feel the caliper, and run your hand down behind the back side of it, you should find one bolt near the top of the caliper body on the hub, and one down below. Once they're removed, the caliper will come off (you may have to wedge a large screwdriver between the top of the caliper and the rotor and lever it off, but it'll come off).
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
SOURCE: rear lights stay on
on you brake pedal, there is a switch, that switch is what turns your brake lights on and off. Must be stuck in "on" position. This is a common problem for the brake light NOT to come on, but I suppose the reverse could also be true. Check this switch, unplug it and see if your lights go off. If they do the switch is to blame. See if you can "oil" up the switch or clean it. You would be supprise at how much dust and debris can jam those switches.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
These old models of Fox's are just that old. I have been told that the engine light goes on due to the lack of oil pressure in the car. The valves apparently get worn out and create a lower pressure that the oil will pass through them...therefore sometimes this registers as an engine light going off every now and again. However, my mechanic has told me that these old german cars are like tanks and can run on and on and on....on lesser than normal oil pressure in the engine. Keep it well maintained and watch for any abnormal or steady warning lights. My mechanic says don't take the car any farther away than I would chance a tow ride back. If that is a hint or what! Lol.
Posted on May 03, 2009
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