Touareg: 2011 V6 FSI
Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Rochester, NY
Second Vehicle: Still looking
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Reuse the bolts that hold caliper onto steering knuckle, get new rotors, pads, wear sensor and the hardware kit. A new bolt that holds the rotor onto the wheel spindle is good to have cause you may hack it up getting off.
Not sure your mechanical level but doing pads and rotors on T3 is fairly easy, my suggestion is before you remove the pads loosen the bleeder screw slightly with a rubber tube attached and with screw driver or small pry bar push the pistons back into the caliper before removing the brake pad, close bleeder and do other side of caliper same way.Ccan't remember but you may need to keep the first side wedged when you go to push pistons back on the other side.
When you put back together, top of brake fluid reservoir, pump brakes a few times and check fluid level again and top off if necessary.