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Clutch pedal bracket on my 91 Honda Civic Broke.

I am trying to remove it to replace it. I am not sure how to get it off. I need help!!

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  • bobmoore32 Mar 06, 2009

    mine broke this week, on my honda accord.. just cracked, is that what happened to yours? have you managed to fix it yet?

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Http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=1220898 shows exactly how to get the pedal bracket assembly out. Did you find a replacement bracket? If so, where?

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