Introduction

Use this guide to replace broken gas or break pedal.

Start by removing both pedals. Remove the two black 20mm screws on each pedal using a PH2 Phillips head screw driver. In the picture you see a plastic opening tool instead of screw driver because we did not have our screw driver when we were taking the picture. In the picture you see a plastic opening tool instead of screw driver because we did not have our screw driver when we were taking the picture.
  • Start by removing both pedals. Remove the two black 20mm screws on each pedal using a PH2 Phillips head screw driver.

  • In the picture you see a plastic opening tool instead of screw driver because we did not have our screw driver when we were taking the picture.

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Remove the 10mm long black screws on the back of the base using a PH2 Phillips head screw driver. There are 13 screws total. Gently lift cover out to access inside. There is a screw behind the cable.
  • Remove the 10mm long black screws on the back of the base using a PH2 Phillips head screw driver. There are 13 screws total.

  • Gently lift cover out to access inside.

  • There is a screw behind the cable.

  • In the picture you see a plastic opining tool instead of screw driver because we did not have our screw driver when we were taking the picture.

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Push the pin that holds the pedal out from middle outward. There are two springs that hold the pedal upward. Make sure the pin goes through the springs and the pedal when installing new pedal.
  • Push the pin that holds the pedal out from middle outward.

  • There are two springs that hold the pedal upward. Make sure the pin goes through the springs and the pedal when installing new pedal.

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Install the new pedal with springs and pin and make sure that the pin holds them together.
  • Install the new pedal with springs and pin and make sure that the pin holds them together.

  • Add a little grease on pin when installing the new pedal.

  • Repeat steps in reverse to reassemble device.

  • Wash your hands after you finish dealing with grease. it is a dangerous material will cause problems if it gets in your eyes or get swallowed.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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