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2010 Kia Forte Pedal Stopper Pad Replacement

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    • Open the door in the driver position, and down where the pedals are you will see the stop pedal system.

    • You will see that there is a missing part because the pedal should push completely a white button so the break backlights can turn off. This missing part is called the pedal stopper pad.

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    • Proceed to disconnect the stop lamb switch for safety purposes, which is located above the white button.

    • This piece detects when the button is pushed and sends the information to the back lights so they can turn off.

    • If the button is not pushed, the car will mantain the backlights on.

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    • Add some glue to the surface under the button and to the pedal stopper pad.

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    • Place the new pedal stopper pad in the surface under the button with glue.

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    • Release the pedal, making sure that the pedal stopper pad touches the button, and use this to reforce the pedal stopper pad with glue.

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    • Connect again the stop lamb switch and make sure that the pedal stopper pad touches the button when you release the brake pedal.

    • If it touches the button in this position, the back lights will detect that the car is not braking, so the lights will turn off.

    • They will turn on when the pedal is pushed, which means that the car is braking.

Conclusie

Now that you have followed these steps to fix the system, you can drive safely and without worries. They are simple steps that require a lot of handwork and patience, but they are worth it. Fixing the things on our own is really important because you learn something new, and you can help others if they are having the same problem. Even if it is not the same car model, you have the idea to analyze the brake system and check if it is the same problem.

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I think in STEP 5 you should push the plastic piece so it goes through the hole and 'clicks'. Not using glue.
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karakenio - Antwoord

If you don't push the plastic piece in until it clicks it will throw a malfunction error at your Electronic Stability Program (ESP) Indicator - you'll also notice that the brakes are tighter to push and it's harder to keep acceleration, that's because that space not pushed in all the way is just enough to engage the braking system. (Because of all that I would make sure it's a Kia part, that one you have there is a Honda part. Kia has a hollowed out portion in the middle of the plastic piece. To make that work properly you'd have to grind the edges down - and hope for the best.)

Mr. Notepad - Antwoord

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