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volkswagen passat brake calipers

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volkswagen PASSAT ALLTRACK  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT ALLTRACK

From Jan 2012 to Jun 2015

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volkswagen Passat CC brake calipers

volkswagen Passat CC

From Feb 2012 to present

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From Aug 2010 to Jun 2014

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From Aug 2010 to Jun 2015

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volkswagen PASSAT CC brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT CC

From Jun 2008 to Jan 2012

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From Mar 2005 to Nov 2010

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From Aug 2005 to Oct 2011

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From Nov 2000 to May 2005

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From Nov 2000 to Aug 2005

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From May 1997 to Nov 2000

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From Aug 1996 to Nov 2000

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From Feb 1988 to Oct 1996

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From Feb 1988 to Jun 1997

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volkswagen PASSAT Saloon  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Saloon

From Aug 1984 to Mar 1988

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From Aug 1980 to Jun 1989

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From Aug 1980 to Jun 1989

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volkswagen PASSAT  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT

From May 1973 to Jul 1980

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volkswagen PASSAT Estate  brake calipers

volkswagen PASSAT Estate

From May 1973 to Oct 1981

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volkswagen passat brake calipers

Your vehicle’s disk brake system has some vital components that allow it to slow and stop at a moment’s notice. Brake calipers are important because they create friction with the rotors, causing the wheels to slow. How does this work exactly? When you press down on the brake pedal, fluid moves from the master cylinder to these brake calipers. The fluid puts pressure on the pistons inside the calipers, causing the brake pads to push against the rotors and cause your car to come to a stop. Here at MicksGarage.com we carry over 50,000 brake calipers from top brands in the industry. Simply enter your car’s make and model and get started searching for the part that’s right for your vehicle!