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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Rear Brake Pads DIY

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    Car: C7 3.0t Quattro

    I searched (via tapatalk) absolutely couldn't fund anything other than information about the VCDS except for the EPB.

    Is there any DIY for changing out the rear brake pads in a step by step fashion?

    Also, what do most people go with in terms of pads? I always ran Hawk HPS on my vw's.


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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Sub’d. I couldn’t find anything either


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    Established Member Two Rings warp_ix's Avatar
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    Check the B8 forums. It's the same procedure.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings wwhan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KwikStix View Post
    Car: C7 3.0t Quattro

    I searched (via tapatalk) absolutely couldn't fund anything other than information about the VCDS except for the EPB.

    Is there any DIY for changing out the rear brake pads in a step by step fashion?

    Also, what do most people go with in terms of pads? I always ran Hawk HPS on my vw's.
    This is a front and rear brake DIY on A6, the rear S6 & A6 Rear brakes are similiar: https://www.audiworld.com/forums/a6-.../#post24841434
    2016 S6 Sport, EPL stg1 ECU/TCU, Eurocode Sways



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