Keep your van’s braking system in good repair with top-quality brake components from The VDUB Monkeys. With parts for all transporter models.
BRAKE HOSES ARE JUST AS IMPORTANT AS DISCS AND PADS!
When you press your brake pedal you want to have the confidence that the fluid in your Caddy brake master cylinder will operate the front and rear Caddy brakes with total efficiency. Caddy brake fluid should be changed every few years. This is because it absorbs moisture which makes it less effective and highly likely to corrode the Caddy brake hoses which can cause leaks. It is also important to check the condition of your Caddy brake discs and brake pads. Corrosion, dents and warping can cause judder through the brake pedal and steering wheel. These are very common signs that your Caddy brake discs and pads need replacing.