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I changed the rear calipers and pads and rotors all around on my 2002 protege5 as well as did a brake flush, when I was doing the flush I accidentally let the master cylinder run dry and now no matter how much I bleed the brakes, the pedal is still spongy. Do I have to take it to the dealership to have them use a manufacturer scan tool to bleed the trapped air or is there another way around this?
 
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