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Clutch pedal switch stopper

On the clutch pedal there is a clutch switch I need the stopper that goes against the clutch switch for cruise control. Will I be able to put one in

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Dadielz 1590: To answer your question: Yes! However, there is a trick to it. 1. Make sure the remains of the old part is gone.
The new part will be a kind of semi-clear plastic and not super had, but firm material. I will have a small knob sticking out. That is the end you are going to place in the hole.
Here is the trick>>>>Ude a little "Dish washing liquid" and put it on the end you are going to put through the hole. Once you have the soap on it, Position the part, small end towards the open hole and then pull the pedal up against the other end of the part. Carefully apply pressure, pulling it against the new part and it should just pop into the hole.
GOOD LUCK!

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I couldn't find the rubber grommet. So I put in a flat head screw with washer and lock nut to to proper height. It just kisses the switch to disengage.

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