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Clutch pedal linkage

The clutch pedal being on the far left has several angles before it gets over to where it penetrates the floor just above the accelorator. On the last angle there is a small shaft that looks like it has a plastic bushing on it and used to probably have a snap ring on it to hold the linkage in place that actually goes through the floor. Does anyone know if that shaft is pressed in and removable or does the entire assembly have to be replace if that small shaft wears out? Maybe you know the exact name of the part or part number?

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This shaft is removable, and the assembly, if not worn extremely bad, can be rebuilt. The assembly is called a quadrant. You can go to the local FORD dealer, and tell them to pull up a picture of the quadrant assembly, and you can pick out the parts you need to make the repair. If the shaft has worn out the quadrant bracket, then you will have to replace the assembly.

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