Automatic Brake pedal return spring

bourbon_scotch

Veteran Member
Lifetime Gold Member
Jan 10, 2003
2,748
USA
Mine is a 1971 Automatic (no clutch) with manual brakes. Not very clean i know.

IMG_0955_zpskxpmqoc9.jpg

IMG_0959_zps3askospf.jpg

IMG_0965_zpscpj6kbuy.jpg


also, there is this for a 1969 but is probably still true for second generation... http://www.camaros.net/forums/16-brakes-suspension-steering/78632-brake-pedal-return-spring.html

pretty good for standing on my head huh?

.
 

Da_Raabi

Veteran Member
Jan 19, 2011
1,346
Daytona Beach, FL
Funny I don't remember there being a return spring on my 1980, but my 86 truck with hydroboost has one. I figured that was just because the brake pedal was about 18" long lol.

What year is your car?
 

Bowtiez

Member
Jul 17, 2016
47
Nokomis, FL
Thanks for standing on your head great pictures! Although now I'm confused because of the other post saying that its not needed with power brakes? Mine is a 71 with power brakes and has been pieced together prior to my ownership so I'm not sure.
 

Ken70

Member
Jul 14, 2018
50
I see some Camaro’s have a brake return bumper snub located above the brake light switch, But I don’t see any place to put it on the assembly? Only slot is for a clutch if it’s a manual?
 




Top