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I have a customer complaining of getting his foot stuck between the brake and gas pedalswhen changing his foot position. I have had other customers complain of this in the past but have not had any success. any ideas? 2004 mercury grand marquis

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Try adding new pads with some better grip so the foot dosent fall in the middle its happen to me when my foot got wet on rubber pad on the mustangs
They sell those after market pads to hook on top with more grip .

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