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      11-04-2012, 01:41 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by VTECaddict View Post
Was it your first brake application after changing the pads? You should have pumped the brakes before driving to push fluid back into the calipers and push the pads against the rotor before driving.

If you bled your brakes, then you might have air bubbles. Bleed again.
I pumped the brakes for about 5 minutes before actually hitting the road, the first time turning the car on led to the pedal sinking as well but then turned back to normal. I didn't bleed my brakes but I feel like I might need to if this problem persists
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I'm going to use a very simple analogy, I hope you'll understand.
Driving is like having sex.
It really is. You can read up all you want about how to please a woman, you can look at all the diagrams in the world, but just like the clitoris, you won't know what the hell an apex is before you actually find it.