Hi crew Recently bought a VU SS that had nasty as brake fluid in it. I only driven it a few 100km before I did a service including the brake fluid change. Now I did the change the way I’ve done the in the past - which is with a 1 man brake bleeder. I only pump the pedal around 8-10 times before I check the reservoir. I don’t believe air got in the lines as it was quite slow to drain out fluid and I kept checking the reservoir however I did suck out a bunch of fluid to clean out the reservoir surround so I wonder if potentially air got into the lines. However after the change I found that the brake feels soft - almost spongey. I feel like I have to push down about 1/3rd of the way to get bite. It does bite eventually but it needs a bit of travel. The pedal is almost springy. Is soft feel on the VX/VUs normal? I’ve done a change about 4 times to try and firm up the pedal. The back brakes drain easy, the big 2 pots at the front take ages. When I do the change, the brake pedal is firm. Once I turn the car on, it goes soft. I can feel it drop as soon as the car starts. Is that normal? I’ve got a fg xr6 as my daily and the brakes on that are firm whether the car is on or Off. Or have a I got air in the abs module? Would there be any warning lights if this is so? From what I read if I got air into the abs unit - I have to take it to a mechanic or Holden with Tech2 or equivalent software to run the unit? Appreciate some help here Thanks!