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This is hard to answer without anymore details but i will do my best.
1. Make sure that one 1(one) bleeder is open at a time.
2. Make sure that the bleeder is fully shut (tightened) before releasing the pedal.
3. IF this problem came on before a brake replacement, be sure that the master cylinder isn't bad.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010


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