"Patty: thanks for asking for
clarification...actually the pedal feels soft , so much so that I need to start
braking long before I would ordinarily prepare to brake because it won't stop in
time! I did ask the dealer about it and they said they rotated the tires, and
sometimes it takes a couple hundred miles to straighten out. Sound
logical?? Thanks Sandy"
I can't think of one reason why a tire rotation would have anything to do with the soft brake pedal. Look on your service receipt and see if a brake flush was done.
The reason that the pedal feels soft is because there is air in the brake lines. If they did a brake fluid flush then air could have gotten in then.
If you still have a problem, ask to speak to the service manager and make sure you tell them what you were told about the tire rotation. Good luck.
〉 Answered on Mar 29th, 2007 by Lori Johnson, Owner and Instructor at Ladies Start Your Engines