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How do you fix a clutch pedal bracket?

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2012-01-04 14:55:59
2012-01-04 14:55:59

First make sure your car is off. Then climb under and and locate the clutch pedal assembly. Find the clutch bracket with a keyhole cut out on the top of it. You need to access the bolt on the underside of this bracket. Remove this and now you can replace the part.

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