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stephens0n

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After taking ownership of my mk5 i had various rattles which i narrowed down to the usual top mounts and drop links and this helped a hell of a lot.... but didn't fix all the rattles.

Secondly i noticed the spare wheel had no screw keeping it down, after a trip to VW the part was ordered and helped with more rattles.

Finally the last noise i narrowed down to the brakes, and on this occasion its Porsche Cayenne brakes from the previous owner. Tried new shims, new pads and everything else i could think of.

Finally i narrowed it down to this

https://www.youtube....h?v=hggVz34cAW0

Has anyones else experienced this noise with the 6pot setup? If so i hope this helps.

Can anyone point me in the right direction of the parts i need to replace?

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Anyone? :help:

Is it these I'm after?

http://www.design911...ne-95535195900/

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Edited by stephens0n, 02 December 2015 - 09:51 PM.


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Have you replaced the rotors? This generally happens when you have too much play between the pad and rotor. Sense this is a kit, the rotors aren't a OEM match to those rotors.

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Tried new shims, new pads and everything else i could think of.

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From the video you have posted it doesn't looks to me that you have anti rattle shims on them.
What did you mean in your post by " Tried new shims "?
This is what you need
http://stores.ebay.c...fsub=4160037010

You don't need new pin kit, just remove the spring and band it as it might get weaker by now and don't make much pressure on the pads, but that will make a pressure downwards but worth a try.




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