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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

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Do they offer a kit including emergency brake pedal also?
I have not seen a cover for the emergency pedal. I've been keeping an eye on eBay though in case some aftermarket company releases one.
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Check out the new charger or might be challenger. But I have seen one made for them.....its a foot operated parking brake looks exactly like the jeeps. OEM Chrysler part.
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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

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Check out the new charger or might be challenger. But I have seen one made for them.....its a foot operated parking brake looks exactly like the jeeps. OEM Chrysler part.
Booyea! Thanks for the tip...

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2011-2012-CH...ht_2412wt_1058

Mine is on the way...I will post some pictures once it is on (hopefully it fits well). I'd imagine all the emergency brake pedals should be the same. Unfortunately, I can't find a Mopar part # just for this piece. The only numbers I can find include this piece as part of a 3 piece set for the Charger/Challenger/Magnum.
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Tks... Order one
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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

I've got my pedal kit today. Now, I'm gonna pray first not to get any cut or bruise.
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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

Well, I tried for 20 min and realized it would not be an easy job. So, I took it to the dealer and after 30 min and $20, they are on. Well-spent.
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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

Added link as a tie-in for this thread:

Stainless Pedal for Emergency Brake

Thread above includes at least three methods for installing a Mercedes-Benz stainless steel emergency brake pedal cap, in place of the standard WK2 rubber one.
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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

Trying this on mine, spent 5 minutes on it and couldn't get either pedal on. I will try a bit later I think. Might Try a little soap like recommended on here. any other tips from the experts? Didn't think it would be that hard to do. Will be photos of the rite of passage when I get them installed.
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Re: Mopar Pedal Kit

The instructions says to put the brake pedal in hot water and soap.
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Don't even bother with the soap...use a hairdryer to heat up the rubber backside......goes on in 15 seconds

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