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Another job to do.

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by BlackQuat, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. BlackQuat

    BlackQuat Well-Known Member
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    Whilst doing the front lower arms today. I found one of my rear calipers is sticking. Argh. Explains that feeling of being pulled back when I let off.
     
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    front arms and found the rear caliper sticking, there must be a story there :yum:
     
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    Ah yeh, I only had 1 axle stand on. With it settled the rear was sticking up. So I thought I'd check lol.
    Let the hand brake off and found it.
     
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    aah always worth a look, there always seems to be something to do. Friday eve out the blue the front passenger door wouldnt open, then sat aft it was working again,seems il have to clean up the lock unit.
     
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    Going to clamp off the hose at the weekend, pop the piston out and give it all a clean up.
     
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    One of mine was the same but has freed off after a bit of a clean up

    I was thinking of getting either a rebuild kit or a new caliper at some point
     

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