Clutch Pedal Lubrication- All Models

September, 1973

Whenever the occasion arises to replace a clutch pedal or clutch master cylinder, it is extremely important that the pedal-to-push rod fulcrum point is lubricated at the time of installation. Failure to do this can produce wear on the clutch master cylinder push rod and clevis pin in a relatively short period of time.

Lubrication of this point is equally important on brake pedals, although wear is likely to occur over a longer period of time due to the shorter pedal travel.

Please pay attention to these points during the regular 12,000 mile servicing intervals.