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Re: Right foot fatigue

I agree, I feel I am constantly crossing my right foot far too much over to the left side to operate the brake pedal. I took a look in comparison with the wife's Sorento and her brake pedal is biased towards the right of the steering wheel and the accelerator pedal is in line with the edge of the seat. On the Grand Cherokee WK2, the brake pedal is left of the steering wheel and the accelerator pedal is not that much biased to the right at all. Hence the somewhat awkward driving position and the knee pain I feel on occasion.

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Hmm... it is not just me then.

I too noticed that somehow the pedals are more to the left. I think an inch or so to the right would be perfect. And the position of the pedals always makes me sit a bit more to the left of the seat than in the center. When I put myself in the center of the seat, I do notice some "fatigue" in my right foot.

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The steering wheel fatigue thread reminded me to ask this.

Since going from 2002 GC to 2014 my right foot aches.

If I take my sneaker off it's fine.

I think it's just the angle my foot is held when I have a heel on. When off the throttle it's not balanced or something.

Anyone else notice this?
Same here, my right angle starts to get sore after about a hour of driving. Only vehicle I've ever had this problem with.

Try to use cruise when I can but it seems as soon as I turn it on everyone around me can't maintain a constant speed ....
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