Your pedals will have instructions with them, but these are more detailed. Pay attention to the diagrams included with them. There are two sets, so be sure to find the set that correctly matches your pedal set.
Attach the sticky pad to the rear of the gas pedal mounting plate. Be sure to center it on the plate. Attach the plate with the sticky pad to the center of the gas pedal
This step takes some "tweaking" as it is very important to measure where you want your new pedal cover to fit. Too far right and the edge will hit your carpeting. Too far left and your gas will be too close to your brake pedal.
Be sure to test your pedal position by "dummy mounting" the pedal (getting a good grip and holding it tight) and testing the action.
When you've found the right position for the pedal, bend the two black bars around the original pedal to create a hold from which to more securely mount the new has pedal on top.
Next, attach the grooved black bendable strips to the outer right holes as shown in the diagram and wrap them around the original pedal, meeting back at the left hole where you will attach them permanently using the silver mounting brackets. Be sure during this process that you have not moved your mount as you tweak the strips. Before you tightly secure them, make sure your pedal position is still ideal.
Finally, attach your gas pedal by first lining up the lower grooves
with the screw holes and then attaching the upper rear cross brace. Once
the upper cross brace is in place firmly attach the lower screws in the
Logistically the brake is much simpler than the gas is, so you already have the hardest part.
First take the top crossbar on the rear of the pedal and move it out of the way (i.e. take it and let it hang to the right of the pedal if the front facade of the pedal is facing you.)
Next, fit the original pedal inside the holder of the pedal cover. Move the rear crossbar around to the position where it meets with the screw holes.
Your original may not look wide enough for the vertical crossbars to properly brace. This is NOT a problem and is normal. Set the vertical crossbars at an angle so that they both pointed inward towards each other in order to accommodate the smaller pedal size.
Next, try to position the pedal where you want it to go, while at the same time keeping the vertical crossbars at the correct inward angle and the top horizontal crossbar lined up with it's corresponding screw hole. This will take patience and a little time, and then you will have the pedal in the correct position and now tighten all the screws.
Again, once you have the pedal mounted make sure all of your screws are tight with the Allen wrench.
Next, take your car/truck on a test drive and make sure the pedal positions
are workable. It may feel a tad different to you at first, as if it isn't
the same car you drove earlier that day. However, like a new pair of shoes
you'll grow into the new pedals and will love them!
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