Removing and installing the GAZ-3110 brake pedal
We remove the brake pedal to replace plastic bushings or for other work
Remove clutch pedal
2. Detach return spring 1 from brake pedal.
Remove the cotter pin 5, unscrew the fastening nut 6, remove the axle 7 and disconnect the connecting rod from the brake pedal, while removing the plastic bushings.
Unscrew the fastening nut 4, remove the axle 8 of the pedal and remove the brake pedal.
If it is necessary to replace the brake light switch, disconnect the wire from the "negative" terminal of the battery, disconnect 3 wires from the switch and, having unscrewed the nut 2 of the fastening, remove the switch.
Install. Install the brake pedal in the reverse order of removal.
In this case, it is necessary to lubricate the friction surfaces of the bushings and the axle with a thin layer of graphite lubricant.
Inspection. The bushings must not be mechanically damaged.
One-sided bushing wear indicates that there is unacceptable play in the pedal assembly, which in turn affects the full pedal travel.
Replace defective parts.
If the return spring has lost its elasticity, that is. the brake pedal in the free state does not reach the limiter, the spring must be replaced.
In case of significant wear of the rubber lining of the brake pedal, it is recommended to replace it.
Pedal adjustment. The stroke of the brake pedal is adjusted by changing the length of the connecting rod.
To do this, it is necessary to disconnect the rod from the pedal, loosen the nut of the rod adjusting unit and, turning the lug in the appropriate direction, achieve the desired result:
- the full travel of the brake pedal with the mat removed should be within 180–190 mm.
After adjusting, tighten the nut and connect the pushrod to the pedal.
The free travel of the brake pedal should be 3-5 mm.