I've done this twice on my Mk3 with no problem, but Dad's doing his Passat and this handy tool that I bought from ECS broke in the process.
It's a generic brake compression tool, designed to help you rotate and compress the piston in the rear calipers simultaneously, as needs to be done on most rear calipers for Dubs.
I seem to remember a site where you can get VAG SPecial tools, such as the 1311 or whatever that does the brake piston compression. ANybody remember it?
OR, can you suggest another tool? I've used this one on my Mk3 twice, my friend's A4 once, and now my Dad's Passat. THe metal became so fatigued it bent and broke this time around (count 'em.... 4 brake jobs and it broke), and it went beyond the limit so there is no bending it back. And I don't have the time right now to rebuild it.
Any suggestions? Any help would be great. THanks. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]