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    Brake pedal travel after rear pad fit

    I have just fitted new rear pads to my 06 mK5 ASTRA.Had the resevoir cap open whilst screwing pistons back.
    Brake pedal now has exessive travel and feels very spongy.
    Can anyone help.

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    Bleed the brakes and see if it's better.
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