How to Get the Brake Rotors Off a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta GLX?

Answer The brake rotors on a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta GLX are stand-alone rotors attached to a separate hub. The minimum thickness allowable on the rotor is 20 mm when measured with a micrometer. Subtract .0... Read More »

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How to Fix Volkswagen Brake Rotors?

Well maintained brake rotors are an integral element in your automobile's overall performance and safety. Worn or warped rotors can cause vibrations, violent shaking while braking, and diminished s... Read More »

How to Remove Volkswagen Brake Rotors?

The brake rotor in a Volkswagen is an integral part of the braking system. Hydraulic fluid is pushed through steel lines into a caliper mechanism. The caliper then pushes a brake pad using a piston... Read More »

How to Remove Brake Boosters on a 1993 Volkswagen Jetta?

The brake booster, also referred to as the power booster on a 1993 Volkswagen is a round steel cylinder sandwiched between the master cylinder and the firewall. The brake booster uses engine vacuum... Read More »

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