Morning, a bit of advice please. I have a T6 Kombi Transporter. Just booked in for first MOT and service for which I took out a fixed price service plan, informed it will be major service. Is it usual to need brake fluid change as an extra?
In the not too distant future, I intend to replace my rear disks and pads,Brembo. While I'm at it I will also replace the brake fluid.
Is the sequence for bleeding, rear offside, rear nearside, front offside and front nearside? I'm just going off the position of the abs not the cylinder.
I have some outlandish black paint for my callipers which I plan to apply whilst I have the shocks out.
To make my life easier I’d like to remove the callipers, (I have a brake pipe clamp to reduce air ingress).
How easy is it to bleed the T6? Should I worry about air into the ABS -...
I appear to have a slight leak from my brake fluid reservoir. The fluid appears to be leaking from around the cap so it’s looking like I’m going to need a new one. Any ideas where I can pick one up from?
I've been encouraged to have an air con service carried out when I get my brake fluid changed. My van is just over 3 years old with 24000 miles on the clock. The brake fluid change.....I get that....given the cost of ABS pumps etc, I'd consider it essential and very reasonable at £69. The aircon...
Having a friend change my front disc and pads next week and also brake fluid change as it is recommended by VW. Anyway is the standard Dot 4 correct as it shows it meets certain standards but does not show the VW standard shown on there own brake fluid?
I have a look online and these both come...
Van is going to need the brakes doing in the near future. I've just had a look on the VW website and it shows me prices for vans over 3 years but not under.
Front disc and pads : £365+vat
Rear disc and pads : £335+vat
So my question is has anyone had brakes replace before being 3 years old...