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How to remove accelerator pedal?

Any of you Pelicans know how to remove the accelerator pedal so I can remove the carpet? Not that I don't know how to do it myself I just thought I'd see if anyone else out there knew as much as I do...
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Old 01-10-2006, 12:44 PM
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strange......
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Learn to use your resources.

http://www.pelicanparts.com/944/944_parts/944_83-85/Pic55.jpg
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Quote:
Originally posted by SoCal Driver
Learn to use your resources.

http://www.pelicanparts.com/944/944_parts/944_83-85/Pic55.jpg
Looks to me like everything is held together by spring #18....
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Ya! Chure Ting!

Remove keeper #10. Twist pedal off of rod. Pull pedal back and take off the two nuts at the bottom.
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Yeah, I tried using those resources but unsuccesfully. I was trying to access the nuts at the bottom. But now that you point out 10 it makes sense to me now.
Thanks SoCal!
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Would be nice to have a item number listing along with the image.
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Kind of like this:

1 944 423 033 00 accelerator control /LL 1
3 944 423 071 03 accelerator cable /LL 1
4 944 423 973 02 cable /LL 1
5 N 012 323 1 circlip 1
6 827 723 511 A accelerator pedal 1
7 900 076 010 02 hexagon nut M 6 2
8 803 817 121 washer 2
9 477 721 543 bearing sleeve 2
10 N 012 436 2 lock washer 3
11 900 025 038 40 washer 2
12 999 703 183 40 buffer 1
13 477 723 601 nipple 1
14 477 723 611 nipple 1
15 311 713 269 A sealing sleeve 1
16 477 723 563 C tension spring 1
17 944 423 141 00 support 1
18 944 423 833 00 spring 1
19 999 512 350 02 hose clamp 1
20 477 723 567 support 1
21 477 971 881 A retaining bracket 1
22 477 971 851 cable clip 1
23 999 511 116 02 clamp X
24 E 999 591 573 40 hose holder 3
25 999 591 572 40 hose holder 3
26 944 423 731 00 adjusting screw 1
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When was the last time you changed your timing and balance belts and/or cam chain and tensioner?
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Holy crap Hugh. All that for a Porsche accelerator pedal !!!

Of course - I did not see the diagram, but I guess a picture is worth (at least in this case) 43 words and a whole bunch of numbers !!)

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The retards at Porsche thought they could lock the PDF file so no one could capture the text. Had to crack it so I could cut and paste.
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When was the last time you changed your timing and balance belts and/or cam chain and tensioner?
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really? I have never had trouble with the PDF text.
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Which reader version are you using?
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Hugh - So Cal 83 944 Driver Person
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When was the last time you changed your timing and balance belts and/or cam chain and tensioner?
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I have the same problem what did you do to crak it
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Quote:
Originally posted by AA_Ezra
I have the same problem what did you do to crak it
http://www.verypdf.com/pwdremover/index.htm

Did this not necessarily for the text but so I could export the images with out doing a screen capture.
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When was the last time you changed your timing and balance belts and/or cam chain and tensioner?
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I'm about to lose my freakin' mind trying to get the keeper off. Any tips?
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