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Brake caliper AUDI A4 rear and front

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Brake caliper for AUDI A4: useful information

Technical information
  • Parts recommended for simultaneous replacement as part of a service kit
    • Wiper blade
    • Brake hose
    • Brake pad set
    • Brake disc
    • Brake Fluid
    • Guide Sleeve Kit, brake caliper
    • Splash Panel, brake disc
    • Accessory Kit, disc brake pads
    • Hand brake cable
    • Repair Kit, brake caliper
    • Brake discs and pads set
    • Brake shoe fitting kit
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  • Maximum price £ 396,00

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Catalogue of manufacturers: Caliper for AUDI A4:

Caliper for AUDI A4 and other car parts Brakes

  • Audi A4 Brake discs

    Brake discs

  • Audi A4 Brake pads

    Brake pads

  • Audi A4 ABS sensor

    ABS sensor

  • Audi A4 Brake caliper repair kit

    Brake caliper repair kit

  • Audi A4 Brake disc back plate

    Brake disc back plate

  • Audi A4 Brake master cylinder

    Brake master cylinder

  • Audi A4 Brake pad wear sensor

    Brake pad wear sensor

  • Audi A4 Brake fluid

    Brake fluid

  • Audi A4 Brake hose

    Brake hose

  • Audi A4 Brake caliper bracket

    Brake caliper bracket

  • Audi A4 Handbrake cable

    Handbrake cable

  • Audi A4 Brake shoes

    Brake shoes

  • Audi A4 Brake vacuum pump

    Brake vacuum pump

  • Audi A4 Brake servo

    Brake servo

  • Audi A4 Wheel cylinder

    Wheel cylinder

  • Reluctor ring A4

    Reluctor ring

  • Brake power regulator A4

    Brake power regulator

  • Brake light switch A4

    Brake light switch

  • ABS pump A4

    ABS pump

  • Engine oil AUDI A4 petrol and diesel

    Engine oil

How do I know what type of brake calipers is used on my Audi A4 car?

Information about the parts installed on your vehicle is specified in its technical documentation. Besides, our online shop offers automatic selection of spare parts based on the car version.

Most Audi A4 versions have factory-installed single-piston floating brake calipers. Some of them feature an integrated parking brake mechanism.

Are the front and rear parts always the same?

No. The rear mechanisms are subject to less stress than the front ones when braking. Thus, the sizes of the brake discs, pads and calipers vary depending on the axle. For instance, the first-generation Audi A4 saloons had front calipers with 57-mm-diameter pistons compatible with 25-mm thick brake discs. For the rear axle, these values were 38 mm and 10 mm respectively.

Can I replace a brake caliper myself?

You can if you have the required skills and experience. If you don’t, it is better to seek professional help. The removal procedure involves depressurising the system, which requires bleeding it after completing the repair. Incorrect bleeding reduces the braking efficiency significantly, which can result in a road accident. The replacement of the components includes the following steps:

  • removing the wheel;
  • removing the brake caliper;
  • cleaning the components of dirt;
  • applying grease;
  • mounting a new part and reinstalling all the removed parts;
  • bleeding the brakes;
  • checking the system for operability.

In what cases can the part be repaired?

Using the repair kit, you can restore the capability of the guide pins and pistons to move by replacing them with new ones. Leaks in most cases can be eliminated by installing new seals. With a brush and special spray, you can clean the housing from corrosion and dirt. If desired, it can be painted.

When should the component be replaced?

Replacement of this part is required in case of severe mechanical damage caused by, for instance, a road accident. Sometimes its malfunctioning is caused by incorrect removal of the piston. You’ll also have to install a new component if its housing is significantly corroded.

How can I tell if the brake caliper on Audi A4 is bad?

First of all, you should assess the braking efficiency. If you notice an increase in the braking path, the part may be faulty. Also, a failure can be suspected if the vehicle loses its roadholding ability during braking, the brake pedal vibrates and has become harder or softer. Sometimes the system actuates only at the end of the pedal travel.

Then inspect the brake pads. Their uneven wear often indicates stuck guide pins or pistons.

Check the part for leaks. For a more accurate diagnosis, it should be removed and disassembled.

How to grease the guide pins and what lubricant to choose?

There are special high-temperature greases, mostly silicon-based, designed for treating the guide pins. After having cleaned and degreased the surface of the components, apply the product in a thin layer.