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right fitting the ally pedals the brake pedal was easy peel the old one off from the top then replace its just a push fit, sort of the same for the clutch apart from it has two small holes and the pedal cap has two cones shaped rubbers, lube the rubbers (wd40) line the rubbers up with the holes then press into place next grip the protruding rubbers with pliers and pull into place, remove the throttle pedal, with a small screwdriver remove oval cap then remove 10mm headed screw. next the wiring, the connect has a red lock on it push that up first then pull the connector off, i dident have the vw tool to release the clips at the bottom of the throttle assembly so i had a good look at the new one to see how it fitted and used two small screwdrivers to do the job but be patient it took me 20mins to get the bottom released, 3 hands are handy for that last bit, finally refit the new one snap the bottom in place replace the bolt refit the wiring connector remember to push the red lock down, job done, any questions please ask away, i used a can of wd40, 10mm socket & ratchet with short extension, 2 small screwdrivers and a pair of pliers, if i had known what i know now i would have ordered the vw removal tool too, i hope this will be some help to some of you, Cheers Rich

see copy of instructions on my photobucket
fig 1 is the tools you need, ratchet, short extenston, 10mm socket, pair of pliers, small flat screwdriver, can of lube
fig 2 is just pulling the rubber caps off pull from the top
fig 3 replacing the brake cap push fit easy peasy
fig 4 relpacing the clutch cap
fig 5 pulling the rubber cones intp place with pliers
fig 6 removing the cap with small screwdriver and 10mm headed bolt
fig 7 use the tool or two screwdrivers 1 very thin terminal type, very tricky this part.the base it locks onto two posts, you have to push forward with one and to the right with another and lift the pedal at the same time, buy the tool
fig 8 remove the electrics
fig 9 refit new pedal and electrics
fig 10 job done
REMEMBER TO TEST IT




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Thought I'd just post my pics of DSG pedals with OSIR footrest while I was on Photo bucket

 

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Ash,mine came from the dealer but I'm sure you could buy online . Vwspeed can supply ,the pedals are the same as for a mk5 gti except the "dead" pedal which is an OSIR part I ordered thru the ukmkiv site for £45 special deal. I did post the details somewhere..... :crazy:
Edit : I have the box the pedals came in so I'll post the part numbers on here tonight when I get home :thumbup:
 

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Evil Derboy said:
around £80 quid from your local deal. £45 quid for a dead pedal cover is a rip off when you consider the actuall pedal set includes a complete new accelerator pedal as well!
Agree it's a rip off for the dead pedal but full retail is about £80 from OSIR with no discount! I liked this one becaue it has the rubber insert like the OE pedals
 

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Can you tell me what vw dealers sell these at £80 - £90 please?
Mine sells at what the VW website states - £159!!!! :thumbdown:
That with my GT emblem at £22(not £16.40), I`m wondering if dealers give different prices?
 
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