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Power Brake Booster Pedal to Linkage for E body 1970 Cuda

NormaJ70Barracuda

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We are in the process of installing a Power Brake Booster on my 70 Cuda and I'm trying to locate the correct Pedal to Linkage for my E Body. Can anyone help and let me know if this is the right set up I need.
Thanks NJ
 

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Here's another picture
 

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Jason Repucci

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View attachment 96503We are in the process of installing a Power Brake Booster on my 70 Cuda and I'm trying to locate the correct Pedal to Linkage for my E Body. Can anyone help and let me know if this is the right set up I need.
Thanks NJ
How about a photo of how it looks installed? I too would appreciate that view.
Pictures are hard to get when installed.

Center: arm goes to the brake pedal

Lower(wide shank): mounts to the pedal assembly… all pedal assemblies have the mounting holes

Top: is where the rear booster diaphragm mounts
 

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Pictures and diagrams of power brake pedal linkage. Note: The spring in the second photo is not required and is not in the factory 1970 Plymouth Service Manual diagrams.

E-Body Power Brake Pedal Linkage.jpg
Power Brake Linkage 1970 Only with Spring.JPG


1970 Factory Plymouth Power Brakes Diagram.jpg
Power Brake Booster and Pedal Linkage.JPG
 
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Might not be in the Service Manual as it's not a core part of the power brake unit, and is mostly to provide positive disengagement of the brake light. Is this even present on '72 and beyond cars?

I did fin
 
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