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I would like a picture of the pedal stand were there is the break pedal and the cluk pedal. my problem is that whan i press the break pedal it isn`t coming bake. to see if ters a spring or somthing that gets that up again when i press it couse the car is always with the breaks on. thanke befor hand im Kevin

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Yes there is a spring , look up part on auto parts store and u will see what it looks like. it may have broke and is still there, open door and look up at pedals spring is way up there.

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