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Lincoln Corsair: Hydraulic Brake Actuation / Removal and Installation - Brake Pedal and Bracket

Lincoln Corsair 2020-2024 Service Manual / Chassis / Brake System / Hydraulic Brake Actuation / Removal and Installation - Brake Pedal and Bracket

Removal

NOTE: Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

  1. Remove the cowl panel grille
    Refer to: Cowl Panel Grille (501-02) .
  1. Remove the 2 LH side (under hood) instrument panel bolts
    Torque: 35 lb.ft (48 Nm)
  1. Position the manual steering column adjuster lever in the down position.
  1. Remove the bolts and the lower steering column shroud.
    Torque: 17 lb.in (1.9 Nm)
  1. Release the clips and remove the LH instrument panel end cap.
    1. Remove the cover.
    1. Lift the cable and strap upward and reward to disengage from the lower trim panel.

  1. Release the clips and remove the LH trim panel.
    • Disconnect the electrical connector.
  1. Remove the bolts.
    Torque: 35 lb.ft (48 Nm)
  1. Remove the accelerator pedal.
    Refer to: Accelerator Pedal (310-02) .
  1. NOTICE: Do not service the brake pedal or brake booster without first removing the stoplamp switch. The switch must be removed with the brake pedal in the at-rest position. The switch plunger must be compressed for the switch to rotate in the bracket. Attempting to remove the switch when the plunger is extended (during pedal apply) will result in damage to the switch.

    Remove the stoplamp switch.
    Refer to: Stoplamp Switch (417-01) .
  1. Detach the harness retainers and position the wiring aside.
  1. Remove and discard the clevis pin.
  1. Remove the 5 brake pedal bracket nuts.
  1. NOTE: Have an assistant to pull the HCU away from the cowl enough to allow the brake pedal bracket to clear the studs.

    • Pull the LH side of the instrument panel away from the cowl slightly.
    • Remove the brake pedal and bracket.

Installation

  1. NOTICE: Do not press, pull or otherwise move the brake pedal while installing the stoplamp switch. The switch must be installed with the booster push rod attached to the brake pedal and with the brake pedal in the at-rest position. Installing the switch with the brake pedal in any other position will result in incorrect adjustment and may damage the switch.

    To install, reverse the removal procedure.
  1. Install the 5 brake pedal bracket nuts in the sequence shown.
    Torque: 18 lb.ft (25 Nm)

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