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hi new to the forums have an 05 santa fa 2wd just replaced new pads and new rotors
now they are really spongy .and did not open and bleeders or any thing just stright change over .
i did breaks on other cars like mine and after doing it works great whats up with the santa fa thanks dave
 

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I did the pads on my now-retired '04 back in March and remember the pedal feeling a bit mushy but once the pads seated properly and wore in, the sponginess went away. I did not replace the rotors, however so I don't know if that has had an effect on yours. How many kilometers have you gone since the pad change?
 

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just set them on the axel .they did not fall nor did i just let then hang ..im no that stupid lol really what causes this ...all i did waz push the pistens back in then put new rotors and pads on easy stuff .thanks dave
 

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with the pison compressed, and the caliper mounted on the pins, do the caliper body move freely back and forth, is 1 of the slide pin stuck ??

This was a real concern for a few of us when we discover that if slides did not move freely, the caliper had to travel farther sideways until it gripped rotor with pad pressure.. Both them pins need to move freely in the mount bracket.
 
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