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Accelerator pedal removal


Terrific, thanks! I was heading down that road but with my luck I didn't want to break the thing. I'll get some pics up when I get the carpet and seat back in. It's a 4 door hardtop, blue on blue, 327 with Powerglide. M

-- Edited by 68gp on Saturday 7th of April 2012 08:42:16 PM

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Sorry if this has been covered. I searched but didn't find anything. I'm changing the carpets on a 68 Grand Parisienne and am a little embarrassed to say I can't figure out how to remove the gas pedal. There are two pins in the floor it's attached to but I don't see any screws or clips to undo? Thanks in advance. Mike

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just pull, pedal is pressed fit on the ball studs. now let's see a pict of your GP. wink



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Mine just presses into the two pins.
(63 Acadian)

 

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Thank you, Lefty. That's it exactly. I'll just pull harder!


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Yes, you'll see the plastic "sockets" on back of the pedal.

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