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Hello there, So I am repairing an old Audi A6 C5 Avant 2.8 Quattro Triptronic, and when I wanted to change the rear brakes everything went smoothly, but when I then screwed on the wheels again both brakes are now stuck. I have tried reading about what it could be and the only thing I could find out is that the parking brake might be stuck or rusted in place, since the parking brake was on for over 2 months straight. I have tried taking off the brakes again and putting the old ones back on but the wheels still are stuck when I screw them back on, so it is not the new brakes. Kind Regards Kean Almskou
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