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How to Replace Brake Pedal Pad 00-06 Chevy Impala

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How to Replace Brake Pedal Pad 00-06 Chevy Impala

Created on: 2021-01-16

How to repair, install, fix, change or replace a failed, stuck, or damaged lock cylinder on Chevy Impala, model years 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, and 12, as well as a plethora of other GM vehicles.

  1. step 1 :Removing the Brake Pedal Pad
    • Peel the pedal pad from behind the pedal
    • Remove the pad
  2. step 2 :Installing the Brake Pedal Pad
    • Pull up and around on the pad to place it onto the pedal

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In this video, we're going to show you how to replace the brake pedal pad. This process is similar for pretty much any GM car from the '50's up through present day, although some of the older cars had a little chrome trim around the brake pedal when they had power brakes, but that's a different story. No tools are needed. It's a pretty simple process.

You can actually see that the brake pedal on our vehicle is worn out a little bit in the lower right corner. You just peel the brake pedal pad right off. Unfortunately, we didn't have a new pad in the garage when we were shooting this video, so we have to put the old one back on.

You basically get one side on, and then you have to kind of pull up and around on the pad and lock it down back over the brake pedal. A lot of times these things will just wear out so much that the pad will end up slipping off.

You really want to make sure you have good pad on there. Helps you just get traction so you don't slip your foot off the brake unintentionally. Usually it's pretty easy to get the three corners on, but the last corner is always the most difficult one. You've got to really pull the pad up and slip it on.

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Tools needed for replacement:

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