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Old 08-24-2011, 08:04 AM
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That usually indicates air in the system. Bleed the brake fluid from each wheel with a clear piece of tubing into a jar so you can clearly see when the bubbles stop. You will probably have to go around the car a few times. Start with the RR, LR, RF and lastly LR. Leaving the bleed screws open overnight to "gravity bleed" the system might also be helpful.
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