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Old 04-27-2021, 09:38 PM
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Default Probably isn't doing it anymore...

If your brother did the brakes while he had it, the caliper pistons had to be pushed back in to accommodate the fresh pads, which has exposed them to brake fluid (pistons lubricated with brake fluid while pushed in). I'll bet the problem has cleared up now as a result. Let us know at some point to satisfy our curiosities.

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