I recently got fed up with TASS and their nonsensical reasons so decided to take care of my beauty myself from now on.. (I will only visit them to maintain the warranty obligation that's all). I bought a pair of Magentti marelli pads (good they are) and got it fitted from a trusted mechanic . I noticed that while pulling out the old pads they did drain a few ML of brake fluid from the pipes behind the calipers. After they fitted the new ones i could feel that the play has "marginally increased".. I didn't get the bleeding done because I thought I might need extra brake fluid to top it up(but didn't have it at that time). Now the issue, I feel that the brake lever play has increased, and when i pump the brakes a few times i can slowly feel the lever hardening and turn into a log of wood. Once it becomes so, there is NO BRAKING at all . I should leave it for a few secs and then its all fine.. (I understand that in modern day braking system this happens, But i dont remember feeling this earlier...). Secondly I tested another punto and didn't feel this hardening of lever at all... Any suggestions of what needs to be done now?