Hi, I had my fuel hose recall service done on my 02 WRX wagon here in Des Moines, IA and when i went to pick up the car, and was driving it home, I noticed that the gas pedal was vibrating almost buzzing in the mid to high rpm range, and when I say vibrating, I dont mean the subtle hum that is a charachteristic of the WRX, I mean a large vibrating buzz that almost feels like u can detect something rotational going on thats transmitting through the gas pedal, it vibrates so much that on long highway stretches your foot goes to sleep, thats now present the vibration is in the gas pedal. I want to take the car back to the dealership and tell them to fix it, since it was NOT occuring when I dropped the car off for the service, service WHICH was Subaru recall service, not elective maintenance or something I scheduled myself. It seems to me my dealership should find, and fix this vibration that started after their mechanics did Warranty service on the vehicle. Does this sound right? Am i totally off base here? I have contacted SOA and told them the situation, and they are willing to play advocate for me when I take the car in, I'm just nervous that either, the mechanic having to do non paid fix-their mistake work, wont give a crap, or that they'll end up trying to work me over for hundreds more dollars, when In my opinion they should fix the problem they caused.
Any feedback would be appreciated on how I should handle this, or if this problem sounds familiar to anyone please let me know. I appreciate your time. Thanks.