I took my Toyota Tacoma (220,000 miles) in to Brake Masters get the oil changed as well as the fluid in the front & rear differential and transfer case. I also had the tires rotated. And they also did a 20-point inspection and topped off the fluids as needed. Now my brakes are spongy. I have to press them down much further than I used to in order to stop my truck. If I pump them, they seem to work better, but I worry if I need to stop fast, I won’t be able to do so.
I called the service shop that worked on it two days ago and they claimed they didn’t do anything that would affect the brakes. They suggested I bring it in and they would check it out.
Any ideas what they could have done to affect the brakes? Or is this just a strange coincidence?
I appreciate any input on this problem.