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After over 5 years without a parking brake I finally bit the bullet and pulled the pedal assembly out in an attempt to fix it. I'm not the first guy to document fixing one of these but I took a little different approach and wanted to share my method and progress with y'all. I didn't take any pictures of the slop the pedal had in it before, but you could shift the pedal left to right with your toe and it would release at random... no bueno for a parking brake :rotf: I had to remove the fuse block to get to the bolt at the top right of the pedal; on top of that the nut (welded to the body under the fender) broke free and I had to call in some reinforcements to help get it out. Once the drama was over I hosed the whole thing off with some brake clean and ground these two rivet heads off; After these two are free all the individual pieces can be separated and inspected;
Hello!! I am a new Comanche owner. My grandfather left a 1990 to me when he passed away. I have enjoyed the truck for quite a while now.. but I am now in a pickle! My clutch wasn't engadging when I depressed the pedal. Grinds horribly when trying to get it into reverse, and I have to force all gears into place! Took it to the dealership... told them the slave must be out.. what can ya'll do.. and of course they replaced EVERYTHING. After a full clutch kit, slave and master replacement, the clutch pedal still remains not more then a few inches off the floor board. The dealership tells me that the part required to fix the pedal assembly and the ENTIRE clutch assembly is no longer avalible. My question is, which Jeep model will fit the Comanche clutch and/or clutch brake assembly, and what alterations must be done to fit it? I am done jerking off the dealership. Thanks!!!