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Re: Clutch Pedal Replacement Advice--87 5ktq
In a message dated 10/27/99 9:13:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time, MSV96@aol.com
> The monkey lads or something got me today. At the local tire shop my clutch
> pedal went to the floor as they were about to back out of the garage area.
> They took an uneducated look and think it's the pedal. Makes sense to me
> since the master is only 10 months old and I know that there is a history
> borken pedals on our cars.
> Bad news is Linda can't get me one 'till next Tuesday at the soonest (VW
> doing inventory). Good news is DAD's can get me a used one by Friday (that
> unless any other CA listers have a spare they can get to me???).
> So, seeking any and all BTDT advice on changing this sucker on Friday.
> trip planned to LA to see the CA500 hangs in the balance so any and all
> will be greatly appreceated. TIA.
> Mike Veglia
> 5kcstq...temporarily stranded at tire shop :(
Long-ass extension (2 foot?), swivel attachement, with an air ratchet...
(Bolts are 12mm or 13mm?) The pedal assembly attaches to the fire wall
fairly high up... Relatively easy to get off, but you will need the air
ratchet to get the spin on the bolt to start it (be patient... took me 15
minutes to get the 4 bolts started... Make sure the seat is all the way back
and your back is loosened up...)