Question about 2000 Volkswagen Golf
Hi, Am new in this sit. Yesterday i chang my front and back break pads for the first time my self. i got the front new ones in but i couldn't get the back new ones in because the piston on the back Calipar wouldn't push back. So i put the old ones back on but now my break doesn't work at all. What can i do to fix this problem. PLEASE.
The problem is simple. You can't put the new brake pad because the piston has to be push back with a special tool. You absolutly don't have to bleed your brake at all. Only get this tool at a VW store. This tool looks like a screw driver, and you will use it to back up the piston. When you will push, don't forget to turn underclockewise I think.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
The piston on the back winds in it doesnt just push in like the front depending on whats happening you may have to bleed them aswell if you give me more info i can try to assist you more
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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