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Porsche 911 (1965-73)
Pedal Springs
Brake Pedal Switches
Pedal Cluster Parts
Pedal Springs
Pedal Cluster Parts & Fasteners
Bronze Pedal Bushings Kit
Foot Pedals
Porsche 911 (1974-89)
Bronze Pedal Bushings Kit
OEM Foot Pedals
Brake Pedal Switches
Pedal Cluster Parts
Pedal Springs
Pedal Cluster Parts, 911 (1974-86) & 911 Turbo (1976-88)
Pedal Cluster Parts, 911 (1987-89) & 911 Turbo (1989)
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Porsche 911 (1965-73)

Bronze Pedal Bushings Kit
Leaking master cylinders often cause the plastic pedal bushings to bind and squeak. Sometimes the entire pedal cluster binds up and cannot be moved at all. Replace your bushings in your pedal cluster and you will never have to worry about replacing them again.

10-1792-423-M105

Bronze Pedal Bushings Kit, 911 (1965-86)    [More Info]

$14.25
Foot Pedals
Rubber wearing out on your foot pedals? Is your accelerator pedal wobbling back and forth? Replace them with quality replacement pedals.

914-423-210-00-M260

Brake/Clutch Rubber Foot Pedal Pad (2 per car, sold individually) 911 (1965-73)
   Brand: OEM    [More Info]

$3.50
901-423-010-00-M260

Accelerator Pedal, 911 (1965-73)
   Brand: OEM    [More Info]

$30.00

Porsche 911 (1974-89)

Bronze Pedal Bushings Kit
Leaking master cylinders often cause the plastic pedal bushings to bind and squeak. Sometimes the entire pedal cluster binds up and cannot be moved at all. Replace your bushings in your pedal cluster and you will never have to worry about replacing them again. This is the premier upgrade for the pedal clusters, and we highly recommend using the bronze bushings over the original plastic ones.

10-1792-423-M105

Bronze Pedal Bushings Kit, 911 (1965-86), 911 Turbo (1976-88)
   Brand: Canyon    [More Info]

$14.25
OEM Foot Pedals
Rubber wearing out on your foot pedals? Is your accelerator pedal wobbling back and forth? Replace them with quality replacement pedals. It's amazing how such a small improvement can instantly improve the appearance of your car. Plus, worn out pedals tend to be slippery and dangerous. Replace yours today with brand new ones. Installation is simple, and takes only a few mere minutes.

914-423-210-00-M260

Brake/Clutch Rubber Foot Pedal Pad (sold per each), 911 (1974-89)
   Brand: OEM    [More Info]

$3.50
901-423-010-00-M260

Accelerator Pedal, 911 (1974-75)
   Brand: OEM    [More Info]

$30.00

911-423-111-03-M100

Accelerator Pedal, 911 (1976-89)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

$34.25
Brake Pedal Switches
The 1974-77 911s have their brake lamp switch mounted on the pedal cluster. Adjust or replace this switch if your brake lamps do not appear to be operating properly. Starting in 1978, the brake lamp switch was integrated into the master cylinder. See our Brakes Section for the replacement switch for the 1978-89 911s.
911-613-411-01-OEM

Brake Pedal Switch at Pedal, 911 (1974-77)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

No Longer Available 
Pedal Cluster Parts
The Pedal Cluster takes a lot of abuse. Rainwater, or brake fluid from a leaky master cylinder has a tendency to collect at the bottom of the driver's footwell, deteriorating both the bushings and cable components of the cluster. A sticky pedal is a sign that your master cylinder might be leaking, or that one or more of your cables may be wearing. Rebuilding your pedal cluster is a straightforward job, and is documented in our Pelican Parts Technical Article on Rebuilding your Pedal Cluster.
Pedal Springs
The brake and clutch pedal return springs often break due to rust and wear over 25+ years. A stiff clutch may also be caused by a broken or worn out clutch pedal spring. This rather large spring is attached on the pedal cluster at the feet of the driver, and assists with the amount of force required to overcome the pressure plate in the clutch. A failure of this spring will lead to a clutch that feels a lot heavier than it should, and will require a lot more force to engage. Before replacing your clutch, make sure that you check the condition of this pedal spring. Replacement of the clutch pedal spring requires a lot of strength, and is usually best attempted with more than one person. Replacement of the brake pedal spring should be done if the pedal cluster is being rebuilt.

911-423-305-05-M100

Clutch Pedal Return Spring, 911 (1974-76)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

$26.50

911-423-305-06-M100

Clutch Pedal Spring, 911 (1977-89)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

$28.00
930-423-005-00-OEM

Clutch Pedal Spring, 911 Turbo (1978-88)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

No Longer Available 

911-423-531-03-OEM

Brake Pedal Spring, 911/911 Turbo (1977-89)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

No Longer Available 

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