Question about 2004 Volkswagen Eurovan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi from uk the rear brake calipers are auto adjust and so to reset the pistons back into calipers you need to rewind clockwise the piston whilst pushing piston back there is a tool for this purpose which does job in minutes however!! you can improvise if you have an old socket and hacksaw ? you can look at piston and see there are two slots on it? if you cut away an old socket so left with prongs to fit these slots then fit t bar and short extension to socket then you can push and turn piston back make sure slots are in line as to able fitting of new pads one has notch on rear face to insert in piston slot this also works for other models with rear calipers ? cheaper than the tool at £40 to £60 inthe uk dependant on makers hope this helps/inspires you ?
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Fuse for radio is located in fascia fuse box
Open driver door,unclip plastic panel end of dash
Cheeck/replace fuse 44 15amp
Should be a diagram in fuse box
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you. my daughter said she thought it was 42 with a white fuse. she replaced it and the radio still isn't working, so I asked her to check 44. appreciate the information!"
if its the old type there is a grease cap in the centre of the brake hub this must be removed to gain acess to the bearing ,,, a blunt chisel or screwdriver will prize it off ,, inside you will see a split pin locking the adjustment nut in place ,, remove this and the nut can be undone easily with a plires ,,, the bearing is tapered so the nut is not tightened fully to allow for some clearance,,,once the nut is off the outer bearing and washer will come out by rocking the brake hub '' the hup should then come off and allow you to acess the inner bearing which isin the brake hub behind the grease seal ,, if you fit a new bearing be careful to not overtighten the nut or it will cause the bearing to wear out quickly,,, i find a pliers is the best tool to adjust the nut ,, you just tighten the nut with it and then loosen slightly to allow a tiny amount of clearence ,,,make sure you use axle stands and block the other wheels because the handbrake must be off when carrying out this repair
Posted on Feb 11, 2012
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