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Rear brake pad and disc replacement.

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Location: Cardiff and France
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Rear brake pad and disc replacement.

I'm just about to replace the rear pads and discs on my 2017 2.0 TD4 Convertible.
For a car that is only 2 years old the discs are in a terrible state!

Putting the car into service mode is a given, I just wonder whether anybody recommends pulling the two EPB fuses FA11 and FA12 located in the boot out?
Just checked and my Evoque doesn't ANY fuses associated with the EPB!
Now that is strange!
I know the car will go to sleep after the ignition is left on for 10 mins of inactivity and I assume the car won't come out of the Service mode, so this would be an extra 'safety' mode!
On the Disco 3 we used to pull the fuse out of the EPB 'just in case'!
I seem to remember that it was FL8, I may be wrong.

(This post was last modified: 08-03-2019 03:09pm by ianrichardson.)
08-03-2019 11:59am
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Joined: Apr 2015
Location: Goosnargh
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RE: Rear brake pad and disc replacement.

if you have one of those diagnostic computers then the system has to be told to release the pads, this is what happens with the RR Sport so assume it must be the same.


Member of Defender2 and Disco3/4 forums, currently driving a 90 300tdi and the Evoque Dynamic which is really my wife's car.
10-03-2019 01:29pm
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