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The rod holding the brake pedal in place is removed with a crescent wrench on the one side, and a 17mm open-end wrench on the other (a ratchet-style works best here due to the tight location). Once the rod is out, the clutch pedal needs to get a white bushing on both sides before getting slipped into the bracket. Using a finger to find the clutch pedal hole, guide the rod through the clutch and brake pedals, and re-tighten the nut. The master cylinder rod goes onto the clutch pedal and is retained with the clip.