Eos (1F7) V6-3.2L (BUB) (2008)
Must always be replaced together on both sides of axle
12 - Brake carrier with different guide pins and protective cap
Supplied as pre-assembled replacement part with sufficient grease on guide pins
If protective caps or guide pins are damaged, install repair kit. Use supplied grease packet to lubricate guide pins
13 - Anti-rattle spring
Always replace when pads are replaced
14 - Brake caliper
Do not unscrew brake hose when replacing brake pad
After servicing or replacing, parking brake cable must be adjusted first.
15 - Hose retainer
16 - Brake line, 14 Nm
17 - Hex bolt, self-locking, 35 Nm
18 - Parking brake cable
19 - Spring clamp
20 - Brake hose
Assembly Guide, Brake Carrier CII 41 15 Inch, From 08.04
1. Short guide pins with stepping arrows, inlet side.
2. Longer guide pins, outgoing.
3. Vibration dampener, outgoing.
FNR-G Front Brake Caliper Assembly Overview
Brake Caliper Assembly Overview (Front Brakes FNR-G)
After replacing brake pads, depress brake pedal firmly several times with vehicle stationary so that the brake pads are properly seated in their
normal operating position.
Use brake charger/bleeder unit VAS 5234 or extraction device V.A.G. 1869/4 to extract brake fluid from brake fluid reservoir.
Before removing brake caliper or disconnecting brake hose, brake pedal depressor V.A.G. 1869/2 must be inserted (this dissipates pressure).