I had a brake issue this weekend and was hoping I could get some feedback before I have to haul my ride off to the dealer. I have a 2012 Heritage with ABS. I had the front caliper lose the rear bolt that holds the caliper halves together, and I had to pull the caliper off and split it. I decided to replace the pads while I had it apart. I pulled the caliper pistons out of the inner caliper half, cleaned everything out, replaced the pads, and put everything back together and bolted it all back to the bike, thread-locked and torqued to specs. So far so good. I went to bleed the brakes and the caliper filled. I purged all the air. No leaks and everything seems to be working. The problem is, I still have to pump up the front brakes. When I test rode the bike, the front brakes worked, but only after pumping the lever a couple of times. They are acting if there is still air in the line somewhere. I am not getting any air when I bleed them. At this point I'm thinking it's an abs issue, but damned if I'm going to the dealer until I'm out of options! Does anyone have any experience with this? And does anyone have an idea what it costs to have the dealer do the ABS service using the DFII? Thanks in advance!