There's a whole other thread on here a while back about it. It seems to be about 50/50 with fixes... which leads me to believe it's probably a training issue on the repair with some shops getting it right and others installing too thick of a shim.
Thanks for the clarification.Nope, they set a feeler gauge in there and the gap that currently exists in your pedal determines the thickness of the shim that they install. I think, and this is just my opinion, that some are installing the shim improperly and that's what is causing the "floppy pedal" syndrome.
No it's not...think about it. 2.3 millions recall..probably like 100,000 "complaints" so it'll still be cheaper than replacing 2.3 millions "new" pedals....all in SHORT-TERM economics...but hell, we live in US..everything is short-term right otherwise we wouldn't be having such deficit for our kids...whatever.....
I agree, this is what Toyota should have been done at the onset ... doing this fix "on the cheap" is getting very expensive now.