Hello. The system should be self bleeding and pressurise when the engine is running.
If the car feels spongy then one of the new spheres could be faulty or hasn't been fitted correctly.
I would advise you take it back to citroen for them to have a second look at it. You could also let them hear the sound that concerns you by demonstrating it to them by rocking the car.
Hi, what about the fluid?
Hi, thank you, what about the fluid?
The fluid should have been checked / topped up after the job was done and after having started the engine.
The garage didn't top it up as they didn't have any fluid - by replacing two spheres - what would normally be needed to top it up? there doesn't appear to be any level indicator I can find - Citroen in Aberdeen are not a good garage, but I have no option in it. Is it possible another sphere is faulty?
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