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How do you get to Chevy s 10 1998 clutch pedal upper pin and bushing

CLUTCH PEDAL REPLACEMENT (CLUTCH) Document ID# 46043 Clutch Pedal Replacement

Removal Procedure

  1. Remove the master cylinder rod from the clutch pedal.

  2. Remove the clutch pedal from the support by depressing the side tabs.

Installation Procedure

  1. Position the clutch pedal into the support.

  2. Secure the master cylinder rod to the clutch pedal.

Good Luck

Aug 11, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How do you take out the whole pedal / gear

waste of time as the bush is plastic. replace the bushes to stop the noise.

Mar 20, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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My 2004 Ford Explorer is swaying all over the road. The mechanic replaced a rear linkage knuckle and now my steering wheel is crooked. He cannot figure out what the problem is. The bushings look good, But...

Can i ask for more details? Such as when you drive down the road and take your foot off the gas pedal does the truck begin to sway?
Does it sway when you press the gas pedal only?
If it sways when you are releasing the gas pedal its probably rear bushings. Worn bushings can cause your vehicle to sway quite a bit.

Jan 02, 2014 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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Brake lights stay on in my 2000 nissan exterra

it's not any of what any of you suggested - it is a $4 part called a pedal bushing and it is connected to your brake pedal. The bushing fills a void where there is a switch, that when NOT depressed your brake lights stay on. It's a pain to replace, but that is what it is. I bet you found pieces from the old one on your floorboard.

Aug 31, 2013 | 2000 Nissan Xterra

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Yo I have a 1990 honda prelude si ,I have an issue with clutch pedal, my clutch pedal seems to stick when depressed it still has good pump pressure but I have to lift it up. Now I live in Idaho and it

The pedal return spring should be checked. Also the pedal bushings where pedal connects to the pedal support up under dash may be worn and not allowing free pedal movement. Work the pedal with your hand and watch the upper mounting of the pedal to see if you can see the problem. I would expect the bushings need replaced. You might try a little light oil where the clutch pedal attaches.

Jan 15, 2013 | 2000 Honda Prelude

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I need bushings for the plataform pedals of Eclipse 1000 model

is it possiable to get jacketed trunion bearing(bolt down) inside dia. the same as the out side dia. of the shaft and do away with the bushings with a replaceable bearing, not sure its able to be done just a thought

Jun 09, 2012 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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Brake pedal in s10 moves side to side, unattached somewhere under do I disassemble?

at the top of the brake pedal is a mounting bracket that holds the pedal in place,, on that mount, and the pedal, is a bushing that goes bad,, the hold down bolt goes right through it, if this bushing is bad, it will allow the pedal to move slightly from side to side, if however if your pedal has a lot of movement,, you need to check the bracket in total, follow the brake pedal up under the dash,, and check the mounting bolts

Sep 20, 2011 | 2003 Chevrolet Blazer

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Spongy brake pedal apears to be leaking fluid from brake booster

check or adjust brake pedal, check brake booster or replace new one, check pedal return spring and bushing, check all wheel cylinder or replace, check brake shoe or brake pad, check brake fluid or replace,.

Apr 03, 2011 | 1999 Pontiac Sunfire

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1999 Saturn -We replaced the bushing but the car still will not start. The clutch pedal is down to the floor but nothing ! (It reminds me of when I didn't have the clutch pushed down all the way and tried...

Do not know what bushing you are talking about. If your clutch pedal is on the floor you have a failure in the clutch system, leaking master or slave cylinder or broken line; or a failure within the clutch.

Oct 12, 2010 | 1999 Saturn SL

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Ford f 150 1988 clutch has no spring and lays on the floor

Get your face near the floorboard, and look at the clutch pedal. Now look at what is connected to it that runs through the body and down toward the tranny. If this rod moves in and out of its hole when you move pedal...

...then stick your head under vehicle and find where this rod comes out. There is another rod hooked to it that actuates the clutch. One of these has likely fallen off, due to a worn rod and bushing. Sometimes they are so worn, they must be replaced. If you catch it in time, you can replace the plastic bushing and/or just snap it back together. Sounds like your linkage has come apart between pedal and clutch. Rod has some adjustment, but only to a point.

Mar 20, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Blazer

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