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I am trying to replace the brake booster on my 1995 chevy silverado and can not figure out how to remove the brake pedal.

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The brake pedal would not ned to be removed to change this out. when you lay under the steeering column, you would be able to see the coneting is held on with a c clip. once the clip is removed you can then slide the rod of and pull it out throgh the fire wall (of course after master is out of the suure to not turn the rod on booster as many have adjustable lenght rods that if out of adjustment can apply your brakes without physicaly applying the brake pedal...hope this helps

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