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S3 Pedal Fitting Tool

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by A3 Sport, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. A3 Sport
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    [Jul 23, 2010]
    I bought some S3 / Aluminium Pedals for my A3, and came to fit them this morning. However, I could not release the pedals underneath, and the instructions show a tool that unclips them. I was just wondering if I'm right, and what the price is going to be, before I head off to Audi to buy it! :icon_thumright:
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    The clutch and brake pedal just pull off, use a large flat bladed screwdriver as they are only held on by rubber lugs
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    Off topic ... but how much did these pedals cost?
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    no special tool needed, just look at the lug on the new s3 one. Your original is the same so just lever it out of the carpet with a screwdriver!

    Pedals cost about £115-120 for the set
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    Anyone got pics of these? when i check online, i just get cheapo ebay looking pedals...
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    I have a set for sale - £50 + postage :yes:

    The brake and clutch covers just pull straight off, the accelerator pedal is a bit more involved, remove the plastic cover to the left of the pedal and remove the allen head bolt, prise the front of the pedal out of the carpet/floor and turn the pedal around so you can get to the wiring behind. The wiring plug can be a git to get out, push the tab down while prising the block out with a screwdriver
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    Okay thanks Robby.. Its the prizing the pedal off the floor that was the problem, as I dont want to damage the pedal thats currently on the floor, how did you do it? What did you use? :think:
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