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  1. VW Jetta / Bora MKIV 1998 Euro,1999.5 US -2005
    i bought a 2002 vw jetta and i went to change the breaks and the driver side rear had a lot of issues first someone has tried to drill in the screw that holds the rotor on and the top bolt has seized so i cant get the caliper off i was wondering if anybody had a trick to get that screw out and...
  2. VW JETTA OWNERS & ENTHUSIASTS INTRODUCTIONS
    Hi All My first post. Just got my second Jetta, first a na diesel this one a turbo. First one let a mechanic have all the fun but this one's mine - ALL MINE (insert cheap maniacal laughter)Got it cheap so it needs a lot of work. Trying to do the rear brakes. Does anyone have a diagram of the...
  3. VW Jetta MKIII 1991–1998
    I’ve bought top branded brake pads and paid the top brand prices but since I’ve bought new a couple of years ago I wasn’t sure if I really needed to keep spending lots of money on maintenance. There is this website discbrakepads.net which sells a more generic brand of brake pads and the prices...
  4. VW Jetta MKIII 1991–1998
    I have what I like to call an "unplanned upgrade opportunity" before me: I'm the new owner of a '98 MKIII Jetta, and 1st on the laundry list of "things that done need fixin'" are the rear brakes. Not just pads & rotors, but calipers & e-brake cables as well. I'm not going to pay the shop to...
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