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1994-2004 Mustang Accelerator/Gas Pedal - Install & Review
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Published on 2018-10-15
Mustang Accelerator Pedal.
Mustang gas pedals are known for wearing along the edges giving your pristine car a high mileage look. Replace that old pedal today with this brand new reproduction replacement! The original accelerator pedal is held to the arm with a splined pressed in pin. This new pedal includes a special pin and retainer to replace the original pressed pin and simplify the installation.
Ford Blueprint Design.
This accelerator pedal is designed and manufactured directly from Ford blueprints. This ensures quality fitment and long lasting quality just like the pedal that came on your car from the factory.
Application: 1994-2004 Mustang
Item # LRS-9735F
MPN # F4ZZ-9735
What’s up everyone? Landan with lmr.com! In this video I’m going to be taking a quick look at a very simple restoration item for the 1994 to 2004 Mustangs; and that is the accelerator pedal.
A common headache amongst SN95 and New Edge Mustangs is broken accelerator pedal.
This is very simple part and is pretty easy to install considering the location.
The replacement pedal features black plastic construction, and incorporates the same texture and vertical line design as the original.
It was even designed and manufactured from Ford blueprints to ensure an exact fitment.
The pedal includes a new pin and e-clip retainer which I personally like a lot more than the factory pin.
To install this pedal, locate the throttle cable bushing at the top of the pedal assembly.
Carefully pry this out of the assembly and then pass the cable through the opening.
Loosen and remove the two 13mm nuts securing the assembly to the fire wall.
Bring the assembly forward and then remove it from the car.
In order to remove the factory pin, use a small drift and hammer to drive it out.
Remove the old pedal.
Align the new pedal and then slide the new pin through the openings.
Use a pair of needle nose pliers to install the e-clip retainer.
Reinstall the pedal assembly and retighten the nuts.
Pass the cable back through the opening and reinsert the plastic bushing.
After that you’re good to go.
All in all here guys, this is about as easy as it can get especially considering the location.
This accelerator pedal is a must have for anyone needing to replace a damaged or broken pedal.
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