Question about Volkswagen New Passat
The rear caliper pistons were turned to get them to go back but you could have turned them in too far and the screw that applies the parking brakes could be too far out of adjustment. try turning the piston back out untill you can just get the caliper around the brake pads and see if that helps
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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