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Old 04-20-2021, 05:26 PM   #1
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Post Brake pedal pad 1997 Auto trans. NLA

Brake pedal pad 1997 Auto trans. NLA. GM part # 21991148
will fit. Just replaced one on my 1997 SL1

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Default Re: Brake pedal pad 1997 Auto trans. NLA

And for the manual transmission faithful -
http://www.saturnfans.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=235541

For the auto transgression people: all I did was to bring my clutch pad into the auto parts store and match up to what they had on the HELP! rack. You could do the same with an auto brake pad. It cost me about $5 new.
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Default Re: Brake pedal pad 1997 Auto trans. NLA

How hard are these to get on and off? I assume they just ship on with a snug fit. I'm pretty sure mine is still in good good condition so I will probably try cleaning up my existing one. Not really like I ever look at it anyway but it would still be nice, lol.
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