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Put the clamps back on the flex pipes and see if the brakes stay hard .
If the brakes stay hard then you have still air in the calipers .
Check the calipers and see if the bleed nipple is on the top or on the lower side of the of the caliper .
Should be on the top part of the caliper if its on the bottom part swap over the caliper from the l;eft to right and right to left this will put the bleed nipple on top so you can bleed it better.
T%his happens a lot but not known it to happen on the Cit.
Get back to me .
Will op[t out and see if any of my fellow experts can help .
Hi I'm Kevin can I get a bit of background is car new to you ? Has car got new brakes also or just calipers ? Why were calipers changed ?
Hi Alan .
Did not want you to be left hanging in the air so i did a lot of checking around and got in touch with a friend of mine that works on
Pug's and Citroen's he said if the system runs dry or managers to get a bit of air in the system it has to be bleed with the scan tool first the manual way then bleed with the ABS system .
Hope this helps regards Greg