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Old 01-27-2015, 11:46 PM
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I have never seen the placement of the parking brake very close to the kick panel to the point of rubbing when depressed, especially in the other vehicles I have driven.

The dealer initially ordered the parking brake pedal assembly, but later said that it was working as intended.

I can try not to push to the left and it would barely touch the kick panel, so the pedal flexes a bit. But either way, the pedal contacts with the kick panel. Maybe the kick panel stick out too far?

Do you all have this issue? I thought it was put together incorrectly.
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I don't think my pedal rubs, but the release handle rubs the door panel a bit if I pull it all the way. NBD
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Yes, mine does the same way too with the driver's door panel. I have to be careful about releasing the parking brake, but still.
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