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Old 03/22/2010, 04:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Universal Pedal Cover Install?

Hey, i recently purchased some pedals for my car off the internet. The instructions and everything on the box is all written in Japanese so im not sure how to install them.

It came with the 3 pedals (MT) and a bag of phillips head screws, and little "L" shaped brackets, which have a hole for the screw to go through, and then a nut to go on the back.

Im assuming the pedals sit on top of the rubber cover, then the bracket goes behind the actual pedal itself? and then just send the screw through to the bracket?

My problem is, does the screw go through the factory rubber cover? Or does the screw go next to it and the bracket just squeezes the rubber pedal and cover together? I'm not really sure whats going on. Any ideas?

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the screws in the gas pedal must go through the factory pedal.

the brake and clutch pedals you need to remove the rubber covers and drill directly into the metal. also find some other bolts that mount flush to the pedal surface. the ones that came with my pedal kit had too small of heads and the pedals would fall off
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I'd have to drill through my pedal?
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the screws dont go over my factory rubber pedal nor I drilled thru them. installed the L brackets to the device and leave one loose, slide them in the pedals and re-tighten the one you left loose to hold the pedal tight. your done.
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the screws dont go over my factory rubber pedal nor I drilled thru them. installed the L brackets to the device and leave one loose, slide them in the pedals and re-tighten the one you left loose to hold the pedal tight. your done.
Where do the screws go though? obviously through cover, into l bracket. But, do the screws have to go somewhere in order to hold everything together. Do the screws sit on the outside of the actual pedal its self? Whenever i set the pedal cover onto the pedal, the 4 holes in cover are blocked by the pedal its self. Thats what im confused about.

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Remove the rubber pads from your pedals.

Put the screws through the pedal covers, from the top of course.

Put the covers over the metal pedals.

Put the L brackets under the metal pedals and screw the screw into them.

They are meant to clamp the covers onto the bare metal pedals.

I don't believe there is a rubber cover on the gas pedal, you just put the cover plate over it the way it is. But I could be wrong, I've never tried doing this on a 3G.
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Remove the rubber pads from your pedals.

Put the screws through the pedal covers, from the top of course.

Put the covers over the metal pedals.

Put the L brackets under the metal pedals and screw the screw into them.

They are meant to clamp the covers onto the bare metal pedals.

I don't believe there is a rubber cover on the gas pedal, you just put the cover plate over it the way it is. But I could be wrong, I've never tried doing this on a 3G.
Alright I'll give that a shot. Thanks
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