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How to: Clutch Pedal Swap in a First Gen Explorer

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by yostyexplorer94, November 18, 2011.

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  1. yostyexplorer94

    yostyexplorer94 Yost Offroad Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    I just swapped in the clutch and brake pedals from a 1990 ford ranger into my 1994 ford explorer. They swapped easily and I did not remove the dash to install it in my explorer.
    Remove the e-clip
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    Slide the clutch pedal over
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    The clutch and brake pedals removed that will be swapped over
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    Here is how you remove the auto pedal. It is easier to show how it is done on the steering column support that I had out of the 90 ranger than it would have been trying to take pictures from underneath the dash out of my 94 explorer
    Complete assembly
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    Remove clip
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    Remove white bushing on brake switch
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    Note the black bushing in the switch
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    Another white bushing
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    Remove e-clip on the right side
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  3. yostyexplorer94

    yostyexplorer94 Yost Offroad Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Slide the pin out.
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    Note the bushings on the ends of the brake pedal pivot point
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    Note the bushings on each side of the steering column support
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    I swapped this plastic clip over to my manual brake pedal... It operates a switch.
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    A comparison shot of the automatic pivot pin compared to the pin that is attached to the clutch pedal. Same length.
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    Yes. You will have to unbolt the parking brake pedal and move it out of the way for room to do it. It's a tight fit getting that shaft in and out, but it's doable.
     
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