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I have a 2002 AC 500 auto that I just installed a new master cylinder on. I bled the brakes several times and it is better. However, it still can be a little "spongy" at times. Any suggestions out there?
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post #2 of 4 Old 10-06-2009, 10:27 PM
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I put a fancy anodized longer brake lever on one time, and tried to bleed the brakes and I could not get the air completely out and they were spongy also. So I put the factory one back on to bleed them and they set right up! Then I put the fancy one back on. I don't know if this applies or not but good luck!

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