Racing, street driving and rough trail riding: They all have one thing in common. You need control over your transmission in order for your decisions to transfer correctly to your Jeep. You don't want to get stuck at a red light or struggle getting over a minor obstacle, so replace your clutch pedal spring and regain complete control. Problems with your pedal, especially in older Jeeps, might come from a variety of sources. That means you should be prepared to replace other parts, such as bushings, connecting rods and bell cranks while you're working on your spring. Get everything you need at once to reclaim your pedal control and get back out doing what you love.
There are some obvious parts on your Jeep, and then there are parts like the clutch return spring that you never knew existed until they happen to go bad or go missing. Whether or not you necessarily need to follow the complicated instructions in many service manuals for replacing this part is up for debate, but we've got you covered if you've decided to stay original.
One of the other major problems associated with Jeep pedal return springs is noise. These springs tend to rust out over time, making them emit a creaking sound whenever you apply pressure to your pedal. Your Jeep might be a little noisy at times, especially if you're driving down the highway, but that doesn't mean you need to make it any noisier. Get the high-quality replacement clutch pedal return spring you need to restore a squeak-free shifting experience.
Whatever type of replacement part you need, whether it's a pedal return spring or the pedal itself, find it here at 4WheelParts.com. We have an industry-defining collection of brand name aftermarket Jeep parts as well as an array of quality OEM replacements. We're waiting to send you what you need, so add everything to your cart and complete your order today.