Vehicle braking systems are hydraulic, meaning they work by pushing pressurized fluid through the brake line to apply stopping power. Sometimes an air bubble will form within a brake line and cause them to feel spongy or take longer to stop the vehicle. The process of removing air from the hydraulic brake system is called bleeding.
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