After attempting to replace the rear discs and pads on my Mk6 2012 VW Golf 1.6 TDI, I've encountered a stuck piston on the off-side rear (the car is right hand drive).
I'm at the point where I'm going to pull the caliper off the car and rebuild it on the bench. however, when I come to refit it to the car, I'm aware that the vehicle is fitted with anti-lock brakes, hill hold and electronic stability control, all of which do "funky things" with the rear brakes.
When I bleed the brakes, are the any specific things I need to be aware of or do I just bleed as normal? A the car has a hydraulic clutch, I assume that needs bleeding along with the brake lines.
NOTE: As the car is a Mk6, it has a mechanical handrbrake. I guess it would be useful for answers to indicate if any special considerations are required for vehicles equipped with electronic e-brakes.