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After bleeding the brakes last week, everything is _working_ fine, no lights, proper behavior...but I'm noticing if you squeeze hard on the brakes, that the servo noise can last a second or two after you let go of the handle.

Is that normal behavior, or do I have one of the reservoirs a little low? I don't want to tear 'her' back apart if I'm noticing something it's always done.
 

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You may have a sticking brake lever switch. The servos are triggered by both pressure and the brake lever/pedal switches. Fluid issues would not cause this.
 

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jzeiler said:
You may have a sticking brake lever switch. The servos are triggered by both pressure and the brake lever/pedal switches. Fluid issues would not cause this.
That'd make sense, I was using considerably more pressure than you'd ever use while riding (I was at a stop).
 
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