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If you did only change the brake pads and pushed the caliper pistons back the brake fluid level will go up. You should not need to bleed the calipers after this,it is not unusual that the brake pedal feels a little spongy after changing brake pads but it should get back to normal in a short time after some driving. If the pedal still feels spongy after a ...


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The brake calipers is a simple hydraulic pistons, with the rubber rings. Replace the rubber seals it will do your job. Also check for any leaks from bleeder screws.


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