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Front brakes

Rob1967 Jul 31, 2018

  1. Rob1967

    Rob1967 Member Team V6 Audi A6 Audi Avant Owner Group TDi

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    Changed pads and discs today . I removed cap and piston pushed back freely on both sides. I did not open any nipples or joint. I did what I had to do put it all back together pumped pedal and went hard .i went out 5 minutes later and pedal goes halfway down.there is no leaks
    Any help appreciated
    Thanks
     
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  3. CJGREEN89

    CJGREEN89 Member

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    I've had the same since I did mine. Got used to it now but it's annoying.

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  4. Retroman

    Retroman Audi A3 2010 Sportback 2.0 TDI 170 (CBBB engine)

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    1) Pedal hardness sinking to floor when constant pressure applied?
    2) Pedal hardness point rising if pedal pumped?
    I assume the fluid level is at the max level (neither above nor below) in brake fluid reservoir? If the answer to both the two questions above is "no", then I would suspect that the pedal firmness will improve once the pads have "bedded-in" after around 300 miles of general, variable conditions driving.
     

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