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Old March 23rd, 2015, 12:39 PM
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Clutch Pedal Assembly

Anyone have a clutch pedal assembly for a 94 truck. This is the style that has one spring not two.
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 02:10 PM
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Anyone have a clutch pedal assembly for a 94 truck. This is the style that has one spring not two.
New or used?
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 02:16 PM
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New would be ideal.
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 02:48 PM
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New would be ideal.
SKB500280 New, LR OE - in stocků $80 plus shipping down the coast ($~20?)

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May have a few used ones floating around the parts racks
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 02:53 PM
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Ah but that is the dual spring. I want the one that has one spring on it.

Granted looking at the pic it is one spring that goes on both sides.

I don't think the style I want is made anymore.
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 03:00 PM
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Ah but that is the dual spring. I want the one that has one spring on it.

Granted looking at the pic it is one spring that goes on both sides.

I don't think the style I want is made anymore.
Coil spring? Like the early type?


Got a couple early type used
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 03:05 PM
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yeah early type. I have all the parts to rebuild mine but I was wondering if it was possible to just get a new one. Is it possible to replace all those bushings without pulling the pedal box from truck?
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 03:19 PM
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You wants the Td5 style one, got mine from Safari last year
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 03:21 PM
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The later style is better....
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yeah early type. I have all the parts to rebuild mine but I was wondering if it was possible to just get a new one. Is it possible to replace all those bushings without pulling the pedal box from truck?
$80 for a new one is not worth rebuilding anything.
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Old March 23rd, 2015, 03:29 PM
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madcowdungbeetle has one in pieces....
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madcowdungbeetle has one in pieces....
Couldn't tell if that was the same.

I'm sure the newer one is better. I just wanted to keep it original.
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Coil spring? Like the early type?


Got a couple early type used
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Related question. Does anyone know how to get access to the panel labeled #13 in the diagram provided? I have some strip caulk that I want to use as I have water coming in during car wash/heavy rain right through the clutch pedal that I believe is leaking at that panel. I trouble shooted that based on a 90/110 LR dealer water ingress guide.

Problem is I can't seem to locate that side of the panel. Do I have to get the bulkhead exposed?

Thanks,
Will
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The panel is under the hood. Where are you looking?
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Related question. Does anyone know how to get access to the panel labeled #13 in the diagram provided? I have some strip caulk that I want to use as I have water coming in during car wash/heavy rain right through the clutch pedal that I believe is leaking at that panel. I trouble shooted that based on a 90/110 LR dealer water ingress guide. Problem is I can't seem to locate that side of the panel. Do I have to get the bulkhead exposed? Thanks, Will
#13 is the access panel to adjust the pedal height. It's under the bonnet on the engine side of the firewall
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I have been looking on the driver side (it's a NAS 90 LHD) under the hood (from the top of engine looking down) but there seems to be a large box like structure in the way. I don't have pics handy but that's my recollection.

Thanks for the quick reply.

------ Follow up post added March 23rd, 2015 08:44 PM ------

Do either of you have any experience with water getting in from this area? It comes in pretty good if I'm in a spray car wash gets my clutch foot soaked!

Its the only place it comes in except for a little by the driver sliding window but I have replacement felt and a rivet gun to take the door upper apart and fix that.
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Between the brake booster and the wing.

Water gets in everywhere in a Defender. Lots of places to get in.....
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Picture with the wing off.

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Got it awesome thank you (especially for the awesome pic with the wing off) this is extremely helpful.
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Do either of you have any experience with water getting in from this area? It comes in pretty good if I'm in a spray car wash gets my clutch foot soaked!
If there is a significant amount of water intrusion here - look at the bonnet gasket to see if the runoff is being drained into the clutch pedal box. Pull the inspection cover and replace the gasket. Release the pedal box (all 6 screws) and look for the gasket to be compromised at the upper section. A new gasket and a small amount of sealing material in the "pocket" usually do the trick.
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