ok, that's great to hear! So, new rotors, new version (3rd version) of the pads. Some dealers (a number way too large) have told people the rotors were redesigned. Just wanted to make sure you weren't one of them, lol!Actually they never said there was a new style rotor only the new pads and the install procedure.
Sadly, 1,000 miles of gentle braking (no "high speed slow down bedding") except as needed in an emergency, no riding the brakes, etc. The sad part is, it's a thousand miles. On my Version B (revision 2) brakes, I did that. Had the brakes changed, drove 22ish miles home, packed my car, slept a few hours, and left from NY to Florida. Those were some of the smoothest working brakes ever. On my Version A (original version), I tried, but couldn't. They were horrible. On my Version D (3rd revision, and my current pads), I haven't broken them in as well as I should, and they sometimes vibrate.Also Robert could you describe the "break in period".
That won't/shouldn't be relevant to your problem. I hope and expect they'll connect the computer to get Subaru the info they want, at which time, I strongly suspect it will be one of the things I outlined above.Still waiting on the verdict on the trans. I wish he would have had the scanner hooked up to it when it rumbled up the hill. The service manager told me his rep said the tools and update are still a while out.