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Trying to remove and replace rear rotors on my Audi A4 front wheel drive 2003 3.0

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Below is a website which will help you with a detailed photo of the rear baking system. You will bee two bolts that will have to be removed from the saddle that holds the caliper on. That saddle covers the rotor which stops it from coming off. If you have any other questions I will answer them as soon as I can

Just copy the link below and paste it to a new browser window. It is an Ebay item as you will see which can be expanded for a better view

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