Audi 80/90/Coupe

since 1986-1991 release

Repair and operation of the car



Audi 80/90/Coupe
+ 1.2. Identification of the car
+ 2. Engines, carburetors
3. Lubrication system
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Fuel system
+ 6. Exhaust system
+ 7. System of ignition
+ 8. Transmission
+ 9. Suspension brackets, wheels
- 10. Brake system
   10.1.2. Brake shoes of forward brakes
   10.1.3. Brake shoes of back brakes
   10.1.4. General adjustment of back brakes (Girling)
   10.1.5. Replacement of brake shoes (all-wheel drive models)
   10.1.6. General adjustment of back brakes (Girling) (all-wheel drive models)
   10.1.7. Forks of pedals of a brake and coupling
   10.1.8. Adjustment of the emergency brake
   10.1.9. Removal of the lever of the emergency brake
   + 10.2. Hydraulic components
   + 10.3. Anti-blocking system of brakes
+ 11. Steering
+ 12. Body, salon
+ 13. Air conditioning system
+ 14. Electric equipment






10.1.6. General adjustment of back brakes (Girling) (all-wheel drive models)

GENERAL INFORMATION

Prevention

The rope of a parking brake should not be tense when checking adjustment of back brakes.


PERFORMANCE ORDER
1) by means of the screw-driver take away the support lever against the stop and on both back wheels
2) the rope of a parking brake is tense too strongly if the lever of one of supports departs from an emphasis

3) weaken an adjusting nut of a rope of a parking brake (it is specified by an arrow) so that both levers fell by an emphasis
4) models with a diameter of pistons of supports of 36 mm: press a pedal of a brake about 40 times (the engine is killed);
models with a diameter of pistons of supports of 38 mm: press a brake pedal once
5) check that both wheels rotated freely
6) the type of a support is defined by means of convex figures on its surface (are specified by an arrow), which designate diameter of the piston (in the drawing – 38 mm)

Prevention

Always use new самоконтрящиеся nuts and lock rings

Do not put additional rugs on a floor of salon as they can prevent the course of pedals.

Grease all pins with white lubricant, a detail of AOS 126 000 05, before installation.