Touareg: 2008 V6 TDI
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Melbourne Australia
Second Vehicle: VW 2
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You shouldn't need to bleed that much. Do you have a mate who can assist with the pedal... as you would only have air in the caliber and it would be unlikely to have air further up in the brake system. Also I find it useful to fully retract the Pistons before bleeding if the caliber has been removed. This may just be my OCD behaviour but the thought is the smaller the internal volume to fill then the easier the bleed process.
2008 V6 TDI, with the following Retrofitted Items:
ACC, Front & Side Assist, Paddle Shift, Towbar & Trailer Module, Fiscon Bluetooth. Reversing Camera, Front Fog Lamps, Redarc TowPro Brake Controller, T1 Door Warning Lamps, T1 Under Seat Drawer, Alloy Skid Plate, 5ton Winch, Cayenne Front and Rear Sway Bars, Tuned by Oettinger, Retrofitted 6 Piston Brembo Front Brake Callipers, Sports Steering Wheel, TPMS (OEM), Dual Batteries