Yesterday crept above 40 degrees, so I decided to install the slightly used Endless rear brakes pads that I got from Big Sky. I was running Endless NA-S in the front already. Prior to the brake installation, the rear brakes were almost to the wear indicator and the front pads are about half way cooked. I've got about 37,000 miles on the car.
I threw the rear brake pads on and bled the the rear brakes with my trusty vacuum pump. I re-installed the rear wheels and then pulled the fronts to do an inspection and bleed those.
Once I finished up, I pulled out for a lap around the block and...
The car still stops well, and maybe this is just because I'm used to driving my Neon, but the pedal feels very spongy.
Any tips on how to loose the spongy pedal feel? Bleed the lines again? Should I install some stainless steel lines?