Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
Need diagram for the right rear brake line
There are no brake line diagrams,never have been
A factory service manual may show a partial on some
line,but is of no value as to what you want
You have allthe original factory lines
If they are rusted out ,etc,you copy what
you have & bend,form or change as you see fit.
If you have some type of braking issue or problem
you need to provide details & the question
Posted on May 30, 2012
You probably have a screw-in caliper piston design like my 99 A4 has. You need a tool that is made for screwing the calipers in - AutoZone has them as part of their tool loan program. Look at the face of the piston - if you see two indents or notches across from each other on the face, then you have screw-in pistons and need the kit to do them.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: Rear brake diagram
Look at other side rear brake, if you can't transpose it in your mind, then stick a big mirror in front of the other side and take a photo of the brake image in the mirror ... hmmm, you may end up thinking like this after a while. I don;t know that that is a good thing;~).
good luck, ..ajm
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Posted on Nov 06, 2008
GO TO AUTO ZONE BUY HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL IT HAS ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM WITH THE FUSE FOR THAT CIRCUIT ALSO LOOK IN GLOVE COMPARTMENT FOR THE OWNERS MANUAL IT ALSO HAVE FUSE DIAGRAM.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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