Background (the long part):
My WK2 has about 4000 miles on it. At about 3000 the brake pedal started getting mushy. It eventually got to the point where if you held hard pressure on it (as in stopped at a light on a very steep hill) or feathered it (repeated incresing presses), it would eventually make it to the floor. I finally took it in and the dealer replaced the master cylinder. Well that helped only a little bit. I took it back and they put in a Star request (i.e. Help us we don't know) back with the Chrysler engineers and they ended up replacing the ABS and hydraulic control modules as well as suction and pressure bleeding the entire system. It is better now but it still doesn't feel 100% because I can still get the pedal to the floor, it however takes longer and more pressure than before.
Currently the vehicle stops fine and feels safe. Yet I am not sure a vehicle this new should feel like this or if it is an indicator of a larger issue. The mechanic gave me a general description of the system and it is far more complicated than say my 93 F150 with all the traction control and ABS components. Hence I'm a little suspicious of the issue.
Question (the easy part):
Does anyone else have a similar issue where the pedal will make it to the floor?
Does your WK2 pedal have more stroke than other vehicles?
Thanks in advanced.