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#5: 04-28-2012, 10:09 PM
 
 ralphtc
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Originally Posted by canadianelbow View Post
it is possible that your fluid level is low. as the pads wear, the fluid level drops to accommodate the brake piston being in further. How is your level? How many miles are on your current brakes? How much pad is left on the front inner pads?
Back in February all the rotors were resurfaced, and I was just at the dealer last week and they took all the brakes apart and said the pads are still in good condition, they have to b at 1mm or something before they can change them. I honestly have not checked the brake fluid yet, that I will definitely check in the morning