Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
I was told that i needed a tork to lose the nut to get the brakes off the calbur, if so is there some kind of settings or size i need to know about?
You will need a 7mm allen wrench to remove the caliper and the bolts come in from the back side once the two bolts are removed and you slide the caliper off you can use a c-clamp to push the cylinder back in to the caliper. Do not unhook any lines or loosen them and you will not need to bleed the brakes afterwards
Posted on May 19, 2009
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