Clutch Pedal Bushings

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What is a Clutch Pedal Bushing?

A Clutch Pedal Bushing is a small plastic or rubber bushing located inside the clutch pedal assembly that allows the clutch pedal to move freely.

What are the symptoms of a faulty Clutch Pedal Bushing?

Symptoms of a faulty Clutch Pedal Bushing include a stiff or hard to press clutch pedal, as well as a squeaking or grinding noise when the clutch pedal is pressed.

Can a faulty Clutch Pedal Bushing cause damage to the transmission?

Yes, if the Clutch Pedal Bushing is worn out or broken, it can cause damage to the transmission.

How do I replace a Clutch Pedal Bushing?

To replace a Clutch Pedal Bushing, you will need to:

  1. Disconnect the battery.
  2. Disconnect the clutch linkage from the bell crank.
  3. Remove the shifter boot.
  4. Remove the clutch and brake pedals.
  5. Unscrew the old bushing and replace it with the new one.
  6. Reinstall the pedals and the shifter boot.
  7. Reconnect the clutch linkage to the bell crank.
  8. Reconnect the battery.

How often should I inspect my Clutch Pedal Bushing?

It is recommended that you inspect your Clutch Pedal Bushing at least once a year or whenever you perform other maintenance on your vehicle.