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Re: : Re:Rear Disc Brake Pad Replacement


Yes the first push or two of the pedal after changing pads always sends the
pedal down to the floor as the pads have to move a lot to be seated
compared to where they are when you slide them in the caliper.  The pedal
should be solid after one or two pushes, if not there is a problem.  Also,
one-man brake bleeder equipment can be found at most autoparts stores for
around $20.  I have had much better luck doing it myself than when the
dealer did it, not to mention saving a lot of money.  The Porsche discusion
group was split as to which is better, I just know if I did it, it was done

Anyone in the group have an opinion on the pressure bleed versus


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