Originally Posted by nanceeebui
It was just a routine check up where they check tire pressure, fluids, make sure the engine is running properly. He told me everything was fine. But after I took it out of the lot, it felt different.
Then I think you need to make phone call to the Dealer / Service Writer and pose the question if any ECM, etc. updates may have been done... This should hopefully satisfy any concern. My $.02 advice - only go back to the dealer for 'service you need'... most of the time those service visits involve visual inspects and no real work. If you have a problem, then by all means address it.
I call them those 'feel good service' visits where they take up your time and only provide an opportunity for something to happen to your vehicle while at the dealer. Like scratched rims, leather torn on a the center stack / console, parking lot ding - ask me how I know? :-) These were the events I dealt with with my first Lexus RX350 - with my IS350 - I keep my distance. Soon I will need to have the Nav firmware updated - I will guard my IS while the Dealer has it. :-)