Question about 1991 Volkswagen GTI
Also most certain that the carrier that is pulled toward the disc by the opposing force of the piston on reverse disc face is sticking, this is causing only part of the pad to come into contact with the surface of the disc, non tech solution is to strip calliper and clean surfaces of carrier, caliper and piston including caliper pins, take them all back to metal and use high melting point grease a thin smear on reassembly, the dust makes exceptionally hard deposits on the metal that can easily distort the operation of calipers, ideally a dial gauage should be used to check run out of the disc, this measures side ways movement of the disc, in this case if there is excess then disc warpage may be yr answer. i suspect just dirt though it generally is
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
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