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Old 01-30-2006, 23:19   #1 (permalink)
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XD Auto to Manual Pedal Box

Has anyone here changed the pedal box in a XD V8 from an Auto to Manual? Can i just remove the rod from the manual box and move the rod and the clutch/brake pedal to the auto box? or are the boxes different? do I need to remove the dash to get it out? is it easier to just swap the entire box over ... auto's drive me batty

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Re: XD Auto to Manual Pedal Box

No need to swap the lot over,just the pedals and a longer pin for them.
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Re: XD Auto to Manual Pedal Box

Ok cool, i havent had a chance to get back to my ford yet .. but from my last encounter I assumed that I would have to remove the dash to get the pin out .. has anyone done this without having to remove the dash? or did i just miss something totaly obvious
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Ok cool, i havent had a chance to get back to my ford yet .. but from my last encounter I assumed that I would have to remove the dash to get the pin out .. has anyone done this without having to remove the dash? or did i just miss something totaly obvious
No you can do it easily without removing the dash etc.
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Rawr! Thank you all :D
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Re: XD Auto to Manual Pedal Box

I just removed the rod and stuck the brake and clutch pedals in. You don't need to remove the whole pedal box.....that would be a big job Actually, I lie, I just did the clutch pedal and hit the fat brake pedal with an angle grinder

It's a bit squeezy down there with the console getting in the way, but a few double jointed elbows come in handy.
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