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how to remove dead pedal w/o breaking anything

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Old 03-10-2007, 07:36 PM
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how to remove dead pedal w/o breaking anything

Does the dead pedal have screws holding it? Do I just pull it off with brute force? Dont' wanna break anything... better safe than sorry.

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Just pull up on it.
 
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Just curious. Why would you want to remove the dead pedal?
 
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You talking about the big plastic block next to the fuse box?

It has 2, 1/4 turn screws.
 
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to adjust the engagement of the clutch.
I'm talking about the place where you rest your foot when you're not shifting.
 
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That's what I thought. I don't recommend you "just pull up on it".
 
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i would advise against adjusting the clutch engagement point.
 
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It was adjusted by ZCG when installing the clutch. I didn't like the high engagement (maybe 1/2 and inch from the top)
 
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pulled up on it. I can put it back but the screws don't work anymore...any ideas to fix this?
 
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