3 year owner of a Imola Yellow S3 Limited Edition (bought new). Was close to selling but decided to keep and join the mod craze. Long time subscriber to Ozaudi and first timer here. Looks like a very big community.
Once I sort the item below, then I will get onto the mods for sure (got APR reflash and a dogbone insert from BFI on the way).
Now i have an issue and was hoping u cangive me a hand. About 3 months ago, my accelerator pedal developed this clicking sound which is a lil annoying for me, it happens close to the upper range just before u press/release it. It has been getting better and better and was suspecting there is a stone or something stuck behind it. So today i decided to pull it out and have a look and managed to remove the torex screw very easily and then gave it a couple of yanks to pull it from the floor which was challenging since i didnt want to pull hard on it and was worried about the wiring so decided to remove the clip, yes i think a few of u are having a grin on their face now :D, so i "PRESS" the grey clip (instead if pushing down as i found out later) and second time and... SNAPPPP. The bloody thing breaks. After cursing and swearing for 30 secs, i decided to have a look and voila, push it all the way and it comes off. I tried again and managed to push it down but didnt hear the click and i wasnt in the mood of giving it a go. Long story short, anyone knows the part number for the grey clip? is it part of the accelerator or the harness? anyone taken a photo of the pedal off and the connector on its own. I have a friend who is an engineer and actually works for a company that builds looms for all major jap and aus car makers so replacing it will not be an issue, but i need to know the part no/maker. it looks like the grey clip is part of the plug that plugs over the pedal part and that the wires have their own little plug whch sits in the plug with the grey clip (hope this makes sense). The pedal seems to be made by Hella but not sure who makes the clip.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.