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Was flushing and bleeding the brakes today. The rear was spongy and I suspected air in the line. When you pumped it it would firm up on the second or third stroke. I have read the threads where others have had this condition. I am just about finished and I think the spongy pedal will be cured.

My question is when I press the rear brake pedal I hear a sound coming from the right front caliper that to my ears sounds something like a rubber squeegee on a window. This has continued as I bled the lines. Does this sound like a defective O-ring? I have an extended warranty.

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