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How do I change the front pads on a 52 1.6 golf. rear were easy but do not know what to undo on the front

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Do you mean 1982? There were a few different calipers used. Can you provide a photo?

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In there you will see the brake pads.

The brake pads are held in place by the caliper. The caliper is secured with two 15 mm bolts, and two 13 mm on the opposite side.
Once you undo the caliper you should also find an apex clip on top op the pads.

Once you have done that , slide the caliper out and remove the pads.

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Before putting the new brakes I use an hand file tool to mill the corners of the pad, this will increase aderence to the rotor disk.

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hay there mate
i have a 1994 volvo 850

just recently changed the rear padds

first undo the calpiper
the front will come of and also the front pad with a little cross looking clip
than take the whole rotor of to get to the back ones
the clip clips back on once you have evry think back on just the support the pins from moving

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