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That pedal attaches directly to the brake booster, and sound and vibrations tend to travel. The need to detach the rod from the pedal to the booster and see if it stops.
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Sorry, the rod going to the booster needs to be disconnected.
Wish I was there, it should be easy to find now. Pushing the look pedal, no more noise bding disconnected?
Trying to do this on the road from my phone. Sorry.
You need to disconnect the pedal rod going to the brake booster.
Agreed, it's even harder from my end :)
Testing the system with a scan tool is what you need to do.
I know, but it doesn't seem to a common problem or complaint. I'm really sorry they're not able to find this problem for you, and it really is more difficult to do it over the computer as well seeing that I can't see it. It's obvious they're missing something.
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