Audi Q7 Owners & Service Manuals

Audi Q7: Brake Pedal

Overview - Brake Pedal

  WARNING

Risk of accident!

The path of the brake pedal must not be shortened by extra floor mats.

Overview - Brake Pedal

1 - Brake Pedal

  • Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Disconnecting from Brake Booster"
  • Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Attaching to Brake Booster"
  • Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Removing and Installing"

2 - Clip

  • Replace after removing

3 - Nuts

  • 8 Nm

4 - Mounting Bracket

  • For foot pedal assembly
  • Refer to → Chapter "Mounting Bracket, Removing and Installing"

5 - Mounting Pin

  • For brake pedal

6 - Clip

  • Replace after removing

7 - Bolt

  • 20 Nm
  • Pedal bracket to steering column

8 - Pedal Rubber

Mounting Bracket, Removing and Installing

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque Wrench 1410 -VAG1410-
  • Torque Wrench 1331 5-50Nm -VAG1331-

Removing

- Remove the plenum chamber cover. Refer to → Body Exterior; Rep. Gr.50; Bulkhead; Plenum Chamber Cover, Removing and Installing.

- Disconnect the brake pedal from the brake booster. Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Disconnecting from Brake Booster".

- Remove the bolts -arrows-.

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- Disconnect the connector -3- and free up the wire.

- Remove the nuts -1- and bolt -2-, then remove the mounting bracket with the brake pedal and accelerator pedal module installed.

- Remove the brake pedal. Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Removing and Installing".

- Remove the accelerator pedal module. Refer to → Rep. Gr.20; Accelerator Mechanism; Accelerator Pedal Position Sensors G79/G185, Removing and Installing

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Installing

Install in reverse order of removal and note the following:

- Install the accelerator pedal module. Refer to → Rep. Gr.20; Accelerator Mechanism; Accelerator Pedal Position Sensors G79/G185, Removing and Installing

- Install the brake pedal. Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Removing and Installing".

- Bring the mounting bracket with the installed brake pedal and accelerator pedal module into the installation position.

  • The mounting bracket must be seated in the bulkhead guide and all stud bolts.

- Connect the brake pedal to the brake booster. Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Disconnecting from Brake Booster".

  WARNING

Risk of accident!

Make sure the brakes are working correctly before driving the vehicle for the first time.

Tightening Specifications

  • Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Brake Pedal"
  • Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Brake Booster/Brake Master Cylinder"

Brake Pedal, Disconnecting from Brake Booster

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Brake Servo Release Tool -T40136-

Procedure

- Remove the footwell vent. Refer to → Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Rep. Gr.87; Air Duct; Driver Side Footwell Vent, Removing and Installing.

- Press and hold the brake pedal in the direction of the brake booster.

- Insert the Brake Servo Release Tool -T40136- and pull in the direction of the driver seat while counterholding at the brake pedal -1- so that it does not move backward. While doing so, the retaining tabs -3- will be pushed out of the pushrod ball head mount -2-.

  Note

For clarity, the installation position is shown with the pedal assembly removed.

- Pull the Brake Servo Release Tool -T40136- and the brake pedal together toward the driver seat. This will pull the brake pedal off the push rod ball head.

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Brake Pedal, Attaching to Brake Booster

Procedure

- Hold the pushrod ball head in front of the mount and push the brake pedal toward the brake booster in direction of -arrow- until the ball head engages audibly.

- Install the footwell vent. Refer to → Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Rep. Gr.87; Air Duct; Driver Side Footwell Vent, Removing and Installing.

  WARNING

Risk of accident!

Make sure the brakes are working correctly before driving the vehicle for the first time.

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Brake Pedal, Removing and Installing

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Torque Wrench 1410 -VAG1410-

  Caution

This procedure contains mandatory replaceable parts. Refer to component overview prior to starting procedure.

Mandatory Replacement Parts

  • Clips - Mounting Pin to Mounting Bracket

Removing

- Disconnect the brake pedal from the brake booster. Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Disconnecting from Brake Booster".

- Loosen the bolt -arrow- and remove the clip -2-.

- Remove the mounting pin -3- to the left side and remove the brake pedal -1-.

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Installing

Install in reverse order of removal and note the following:

- Insert the mounting pin -3- from the left all the way and secure using the clip -2- and bolt -arrow-.

- Connect the brake pedal -1- to the brake booster. Refer to → Chapter "Brake Pedal, Disconnecting from Brake Booster".

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  WARNING

Risk of accident!

Make sure the brakes are working correctly before driving the vehicle for the first time.

Tightening Specifications

  • Refer to → Chapter "Overview - Brake Pedal"

Special Tools

Special tools and workshop equipment required

  • Piston Resetting Tool -T10145-

W00-11606

  • Brake Servo Release Tool -T40136-

W00-10738

  • Torque Wrench 1331 5-50Nm -VAG1331-

W00-11166

  • Torque Wrench 1332 40-200Nm -VAG1332-

W00-11165

  • Torque Wrench 1410 -VAG1410-

W00-11174

  • Brake Pedal Actuator -VAG1869/2-.

W00-11589

  • Bleeder bottle from the Brake Charger/Bleeder Unit -VAS5234-

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  • M10 plug -item 1- or M12 -item 2- from the Assembly Part Set -5Q0 698 311-
  • Lithium Grease -G 052 150 A2-. Refer to the Parts Catalog.

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