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Brake and exhaust pedal.

vt dreamer

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First time posting, I hate to be asking a question, but hopefully it's an easy one, I am trying to change the 2 foot pedals to something a little less boring, but have had a feel around behind the pedals and cant feel any screws or clips.

Does anyone know the easiest way to remove them, so new ones could be put on?

I know, I'm new to this, so go easy.

I drive a Holden Acclaim VT 1998 for those wondering.
 

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Not sure what you mean, the whole pedals or the rubber parts?
 

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Black rubber parts you put your foot on.
 

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You can only remove the rubber on the brake pedal, it just pulls off. The after market ones you buy just go over the top of the old ones I think.
 

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I fitted a set of VY SS pedals on mine.The Brake pedal you just pull the rubber one off and fit the new one on.The accelerator pedal is a bit tricky and easier to do if you remove the pedal assembly from the car.You have to lay on your back and look right up the shaft of the accelerator pedal and you can see where the accelerator cable is clipped into a plastic clip.Just release it.Then there are four bolts holding the pedal assembly into the car.Undo the 4 bolts and then remove from car.The accelerator pedal is held on by a pin running through the pedal and through the middle of a spring.Hold the assembly in a vice and knock out pin remembering which way the spring was sitting.Fit new pedal put spring and pin back in and assemble back in car remembering to attach accelerator cable again....
 

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If only i didn't have to replace my sports exhasut.

didn't pass a road worthy because it's too loud.
 
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