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Old 11-26-2011, 04:22 PM   #1
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Pedal removal

Ell I'm sure there's been topics asked before but how in the hell do you remove the clutch and brake pedal assembly in a 87-93 fox? I've dropped the column, removed the brake booster bolts, unhooked the booster arm and the one bolt in the middle if your looking up at the bracket from the floor. I can get it to wiggle but seems like something else is holding it. I've tried prying down to slide the brackets off the bolts for the column but can only go so far. Any help is appreciated. I've found a aod to t5 article but it's basically saying fo everything I just did and wiggle it out, I tried wiggling, ain't happenin.
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Ive done it in my 86, make sure u don't have any harness' or brackets locked into it. I didn't have to unbolt my booster tho
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Ive done it in my 86, make sure u don't have any harness' or brackets locked into it. I didn't have to unbolt my booster tho
the 4 bolts that hold the assembly to the booster is what I removed not the booster itself
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Re: Pedal removal

Make sure one of the plastic wire or connection holders is not pushed through the pedal bracket and the support frame.
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