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Re: clio authentique, problem fitting brake shoes

Originally Posted by Dancingdad View Post
They need bleeding.
You will need assistance from someone you trust to follow instructions or a powered bleed system.
May well be the time to go into any of the fast fit centres and ask them to do it.

Find a how to video on you tube to get a general idea then decide.

Air has got into the hydraulic system that's why pedal now goes to the floor. That ALWAYS happens whenever you remove any of the hydraulics.

If you are struggling with this I strongly recommend seeking professional help.

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