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    Changing Rear Discs and Pads A4 2003 Conv

    Hi All,

    Can anybody advise with the changing of the Rear discs and pads on an audi A4 3.0 V6 conv 2003.

    I have recently changed the front which was quite easy, but the rear seem a little different....

    Are any special tools needed to complete the task?

    Anyone know of any online videos that show you how to do it?

    Your help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    Alan.

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    The only difference in changing the rears to the fronts is that you need a caliper rewind tool to push the pistons back in. Other than that it is just as easy as the fronts.
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    as speedy says you'll need a rewind tool, think they are around 25 quid from machine mart/screwfix etc


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    it's easy enough to do, but as the others say get the rewind tool and make sure it fits your car (they do different ones). you can do it without, but it's a major pain! and takes forever to wind it back.
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