Clutch Pedal Bushings
Important: To get started, click the blue "Filter Options" button to select your vehicle and then use the filters to narrow your options.
Important: To get started, select your vehicle on the left and then use the filters to narrow your options.
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:
- Disconnect the battery.
- Disconnect the clutch linkage from the bell crank.
- Remove the shifter boot.
- Remove the clutch and brake pedals.
- Unscrew the old bushing and replace it with the new one.
- Reinstall the pedals and the shifter boot.
- Reconnect the clutch linkage to the bell crank.
- 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.