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VW/Audi Electronic Park Brake (EPB) Service Tool STG-30369600

Do you service and replace brake pads and components used in VW and Audi vehicles? If so, you need this tool!

VW/Audi Electronic Park Brake (EPB) Service Tool STG-30369600

Our low price: $288.69
Item Number: STG-30369600
Manufacturer: Strategic Tools
Manufacturer Part No: STG-30369600

VW/Audi Electronic Park Brake (EPB) Service Tool STG-30369601
With the EPB Tool, calipers can be retracted, allowing the brake pads to be removed for service. This also provides assistance in fitting new Park Brake motors, brake calipers and discs as well as replacing wheel hubs because the calipers are safely retracted, releasing the braking components. After servicing, the calipers can be advanced back to the original position without affecting the current calibration. If new pads are fitted, then the wear indicator needs to be initialized using this process. The new pad thickness needs to be measured as part of this process. After servicing the brakes and replacing the pads, the measured depth of the pads needs to be entered into the vehicle using this tool. If required, the Tilt Angle can be re-calibrated.
Features:
Compatible with latest CAN vehicles.
Enables service and repair functions to be carried out on EPB systems for VW Passat and Audi A6 and A8 vehicles.
Includes Tilt Angle Calibration function for Audi vehicles.
Allows the technician to enter the brake pad thickness (required) for Audi service.

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THOMAS (PALM BEACH, FL) 10/9/2010 7:16 PM
I HAVE A 2007 PASSAT 2.0T,I JUST USED THIS GREAT PRODUCT OVER THE WEEKEND AND INSTALLED SOME ROTORS FOR THE REAR WITH BRAKE PADS..WORKS JUST LIKE THE REAL VW TOOL AT WORK, EXCEPT FASTER!! I HAVE TO INFORM YOU THAT THE INSTRUCTIONS DONT TELL YOU AFTER STEP ONE WHEN YOU "OPEN" THE MOTORS, THAT ITS OK TO REMOVE THE KEY FROM THE IGNITION. YOU STILL HAVE TO LEAVE THE TOOL PLUGGED IN THE VEHICLE THOUGH..I HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL, ESPECIALLY FOR SMALL SHOPS!!

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