Seat Leon >> Assembly overview - rear brakes

Rear brake - exploded view, brakes CI 38 for live axle and manual parking brake

Brakes - mechanism

  1. - Brake carrier bolt
    • 90 Nm + 90º
    • Renew
  2. - Wheel bearing housing
    • Removing and installing
  3. - Splash plate for brakes
    • Removing and installing
  4. - Bolt
    • Renew
    • 30 Nm + 90º
  5. - Wheel hub with wheel bearing
    • Removing and installing
  6. - Bolt XZN
    • Tightening torque
  7. - Bolt
    • 4.5 Nm
  8. - Brake disc
    • Do not separate the brake disks from the wheel hubs by force. If necessary, use an oxide solvent; otherwise the brake disks may be damaged.
    • If worn, renew on both sides of axle
    • Wear limit
    • Remove brake caliper and brake carrier prior to removing.
    • Removing and installing
  9. - Cover plate
    • Pressing off and pressing on
  10. - Brake back plate
    • Screw to wheel bearing housing
    • With guide pins
    • Removing and installing
  11. - Brake pads
    • With spring.
    • Wear limit
    • Checking pad thickness
    • Removing and installing
    • Always replace by axles
  12. - Brake calliper
    • Do not undo the brake line when replacing brake pads
    • Removing and installing
    • Repairing
    • Adjust handbrake after repairing or renewing it
  13. - Hand brake cable
    • Removing and installing
    • Adjusting handbrake
  14. - Bolt, 35 Nm
    • Self-locking
    • When loosening and tightening, lock the guide pin
    • Replace after each removal
  15. - Brake hose
    • With banjo union and banjo bolt
    • on the brake caliper, 35 Nm
    • on the brake pipe, 14 Nm
  16. - Brake pipe
  17. - Elastic hook
  18. - Rear axle
    • Removing and installing

Exploded view - rear brake, brakes PC 38 and CII 41 for multi-link suspension and manual brake

Brakes - mechanism

  1. - Rear speed sensor
    • Before inserting sensor, clean the inner surface of the bore and coat with high-temperature paste
    • Removing and installing
  2. - Bolt
    • 8 Nm
  3. - Brake carrier bolt
    • 90 Nm + 90º
    • Renew
    • Unscrew using the screw bit - T10035-
  4. - Rear axle
    • Removing and installing
  5. - Splash plate for brakes
    • Removing and installing
  6. - Bolt
    • 12 Nm
    • M 6 x 12
    • 4 off
  7. - Wheel hub with wheel bearing
    • Removing and installing
  8. - Bolt XZN
    • Tightening torque
  9. - Cover plate
    • Pressing off and pressing on
  10. - Brake disc
    • Do not separate the brake disks from the wheel hubs by force. If necessary, use an oxide solvent; otherwise the brake disks may be damaged.
    • If worn, renew on both sides of axle
    • Wear limit
    • Remove brake caliper and brake carrier prior to removing.
    • Removing and installing
  11. - Bolt
    • 4 Nm
  12. - Brake pads
    • Wear limit
    • Checking pad thickness
    • Removing and installing
    • Always replace by axles
  13. - Brake back plate
    • Screw to wheel bearing housing
    • With guide pins
    • Removing and installing
  14. - Pad retainer
    • Always replace when brake pads are replaced
    • The anti-rattle springs are different to each other and can only be installed diagonally to each other.
  15. - Pad retainer
    • Always replace when brake pads are replaced
    • The anti-rattle springs are different to each other and can only be installed diagonally to each other.
  16. - Brake calliper
    • Do not undo the brake line when replacing brake pads
    • Removing and installing
    • Repairing
    • Adjust handbrake after repairing or renewing it
  17. - Bolt
    • 35 Nm
    • Self-locking
    • When loosening and tightening, lock the guide pin
    • Replace after each removal
  18. - Brake cable
    • Removing and installing
    • Adjusting handbrake
  19. - Brake hose
    • With banjo union and banjo bolt
    • on the brake caliper, 35 Nm
    • on the brake pipe, 14 Nm

Tool insert - T10035-

Brakes - mechanism

Assembly overview - rear wheel brake, brakes FNc-M38 for electronic parking brakes

Note

  • Use the brake filling and bleeding equipment - VAS 5234- to draw off brake fluid from the brake fluid reservoir.
  • Before removing a brake caliper or disconnecting a brake hose, fit brake pedal depressor - V.A.G 1869/2- (when doing this, release pressure in system).

Brakes - mechanism

  1. - Splash plate for brakes
    • Removing and installing
  2. - Torx bolt
    • 12 Nm
  3. - Brake disc
    • Do not separate the brake disks from the wheel hubs by force. If necessary, use an oxide solvent; otherwise the brake disks may be damaged.
    • If worn, renew on both sides of axle
    • Wear limit
    • Removing and installing
  4. - Torx bolt
    • 8 Nm
  5. - Brake calliper
    • Do not undo the brake line when replacing brake pads
    • Removing and installing
    • Repairing
    • After repairing or removal, perform "Basic setting" using - Vehicle diagnostic tester.
  6. - Internal splined bolt
    • Install and remove with - T10035- plug insert.
    • Replace after disassembly
    • 90 Nm + 90º
  7. - Brake back plate
  8. - Retaining spring
  9. - Outer brake pad
    • Wear limit
    • Checking pad thickness
    • Always replace by axles
    • Removing and installing
  10. - Inner brake pad
    • With spring.
    • Wear limit
    • Checking pad thickness
    • Always replace by axles
    • Removing and installing
  11. - Spring
    • Only fitted on inner brake pad
    • Check fitting position
  12. - Brake pipe
    • 14 Nm
  13. - Support
  14. - Retaining spring for brake hose to bracket
  15. - Brake hose with banjo union with banjo bolt
    • Connection to brake caliper, 35 Nm
    • On brake line, 14 Nm
  16. - Guide pin
    • 35 Nm
  17. - Hoods
    • For guide pin.
  18. - Seal
    • For parking brake motor
    • Renew
  19. - Hexagon socket head bolt
    • 8 Nm
  20. - Parking brake motor.
    • Removing and installing

Tool insert - T10035-

Brakes - mechanism

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