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Old 12-05-2007, 05:56 AM   #1
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Default Anybody have an exploded view of the right rear brake assembly with part names?

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Old 12-05-2007, 06:14 AM   #2
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Default here you go

Caveat: this is for a FWD car. If you need Quattro-specific, let me know



1 Phillips - head screw, 4 Nm
2 Brake disc
Thickness: 9mm
Wear limit: 7mm
When worn, always replace both sides
3 Cap
4 Self-locking 12-point nut, 175 Nm
Replace each time after removing
5 Wheel hub with wheel bearing and rotor
Only replace complete
Removing and installing:
6 Hexagon bolt, 60 Nm
With dished spring
7 Splash plate
8 Stub axle
9 Handbrake cable
Adjusting Hand brake, Refer to Park Brake System, Adjusting.
10 Axle beam
11 ABS speed sensor
Before inserting sensor, clean fitting hole inner surface and coat with lubricating paste G 000 650
12 Hexagon socket head bolt, Tighten to 8 Nm
13 Hexagon socket head bolt, Tighten to 65 Nm
14 Brake carrier with guide pins and protective cap
Supplied as replacement part assembled with sufficient grease on guide pins
If protective caps or guide pins are damaged use repair kit. Use grease supplied to lubricate guide pins.
15 Brake hose/line
With banjo bolt and seals
Banjo bolt to brake caliper tightening torque 35 Nm
Do not disconnect brake hose when changing brake pads
16 Self - locking hexagon bolt, Tighten to 35 Nm
Replace
17 Brake caliper
Servicing, Refer to Brake Caliper, Service and Repair.
Adjust Hand brake cable first after maintenance or replacement
CAUTION: The foot brake must not be operated first adjusting Hand brake, Refer to Park Brake System, Adjusting
18 Brake pads
Thickness: 17 mm
Checking thickness: Repair information, Maintenance Always replace both sides
Always replace when changing pads
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Old 12-05-2007, 02:46 PM   #3
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Default Thanks. Mine is a quattro. Ya got that right rear also?

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Old 12-06-2007, 05:07 AM   #4
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Default well, it's a mirror image, but here's the Q setup



Exploded view



1)Hex socket head bolt - 65 Nm
2)Brake carrier
3)Bolt - 35 Nm
4)Brake hose/line
Tighten banjo bolt to 38 Nm
5)Brake caliper housing
6)Brake pads
7)Pad retaining springs
Always replace when changing pads
8)Backing plate
9)Bolt -10 Nm
10)Brake disc
11)Phillips-head screw - 4 Nm
12)Wheel hub with rotor
13)Circlip
14)Wheel bearing
15)Trailing arm
16)Speed sensor
17)Hex head bolt
18)Parking brake cable
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