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If I understand "[subs Brembos, VAG wasn't available]" correctly, you've ordered Brembo pads which are made by PAGID, VW OEM.

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nooby, OEM pads were not available and I ordered Brembo P 85 068.
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They will be made by PAGID who supply VW.

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They will be made by PAGID who supply VW.
Good news. Thank You, Sir.
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parts.vw.com enter VIN option on upper right
I entered my VIN. "VIN NOT FOUND". Anyway, thanks for sharing.
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Hi Njord,

Back to your suggestion of me supplying you with my Vin #. It is
WVGZZZ7LZ7D013960

The information I found was not Vin specific. As the 2006 V6 TDI was available in Australia and not USA makes searching more difficult. I have a digital copy of USA Touareg Service Manual but the 1st V6 TDI was 2009 and there could have been changes during that time.
I have also looked at parts.vw.com and filled in the Vin # and it says not found. This site is slightly different than the one I mentioned in an earlier post and shows the parts but not Vin specific. Thanks for your help.
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Hi Njord,

Back to your suggestion of me supplying you with my Vin #. It is
WVGZZZ7LZ7D013960
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tobac, your VIN is not found. However, there is another option to narrow your search. Please provide following info: year of manufacture (are you sure it is 2006 and not 2007?), type of engine (3 or 4 letters code).
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Genuine Volkswagen Touareg TDI Parts, VW Accessories, and VW DriverGear

I have found this site in the UK that shows 2006 V6 TDI. Chances are this will be the same.
My car was made in July 2006. It could be called a 2007 I guess.
Identification plate shows: type 7LA AR1
Touareg V6DPF 165kw
fTDI AG6.
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Well, tobac. I gave up trying to identify your car.
So, what I have done:
Firstly, I opened Original catalog and proceeded straight to PR-1KF and PR-1LC brakes drawings (see attached pictures) and retrieved following info:

Rotors 7L6615301N & 7L6615302N (left and right)
Pads 7L0698151H
Sensors 7L0907637

Rotors 7L8615601C
Pads 7L0698451G
Sensors 7L0907637C

To cross checked above info I found the following VIN
WVGZZZ7LZ7D003002 (it is 7LAAR1 modification, 2007 model year, produced in May 2006, BKS engine 3.0 TDI V6 165 kW) and used it at the "magic" site I mentioned before.
The only discrepancy I noticed (based on that VIN) is the trailing character of pads code string:
7L6698151E & 7L6698451B.

So, with the high level of probability Rotors and Sensors are identified now.
You have to solve pads dilemma only.
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Thanks for the information. However according to my vehicle specification plate the front brakes PR # is 1LE. The rear brakaes are 1KF. I am not sure what changes that makes. Cheers.
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