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Old 02-16-2015, 09:41 AM   #1
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DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

I build a DBW pedal adapter bracket for the 67-72s

(here: http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=652799)

And I was wondering if there would be much interest here. The bracket would be bolt in and use the 03-08 Truck/SUV pedal like in the picture. Let me know.

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Old 02-16-2015, 11:18 AM   #2
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

I would be interested.
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

I'm gathering parts my swap now and would definitely be interested in something like that.
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:02 PM   #4
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

Definitely interested. Thanks Mike
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Old 05-24-2015, 08:36 AM   #5
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

I think my current 67-72 pedal bracket will work on the 73-87 with just redrilling the pedal mount holes. Who wants to try it?
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:04 AM   #6
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

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I think my current 67-72 pedal bracket will work on the 73-87 with just redrilling the pedal mount holes. Who wants to try it?
I'll ship it free to someone if they will take pictures of any mods they have to make....
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:27 PM   #7
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Rob, I'm your man for this!!
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Old 05-27-2015, 09:13 AM   #8
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I have wondered before about a part like this for those who do the ls swaps.I hope you get it to work and get them out their for people like us.
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Old 05-27-2015, 04:32 PM   #9
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

I am finishing one up now. I used a flat plate, but would be happy to be the guinea pig. If you don't have any takers, send it my way.
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Old 05-27-2015, 05:54 PM   #10
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

I bought 1 of the first brackets you made to try in my 88 crew. If 73-87 are like mine they will just need to be redrilled. I took my pedal out to get it done but haven't got to it yet.
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Old 05-27-2015, 05:56 PM   #11
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The 1 I bought was for the corvette pedal.
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Old 05-30-2015, 11:23 AM   #12
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Old 06-20-2015, 05:11 PM   #13
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Hi Rob,
Pedal installed and it feels great, much better than the stock truck pedal.







I know you told me before, but could you please tell me again what wires to switch so I can use the vett pedal now? I have a 2011 5.3



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Hi Rob,
I switched out the brown and black/white wire and the pedal works perfect.

Soooooooo much better than the stock truck pedal.

Thanks!
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Old 06-21-2015, 10:44 PM   #15
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I switched out the brown and black/white wire and the pedal works perfect.

Soooooooo much better than the stock truck pedal.

Thanks!

Thanks for the pics Ben! Glad it all worked for you.
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Old 06-23-2015, 04:16 PM   #16
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

Hi Rob,
Saw your bracket and also wondered if it would work on the squarebody styles. I am in process of swapping a 2003 Tahoe 5.3 into an 85 C10.

From my basic fitting of the truck DBW pedal into the 85 cab, it seems that it would fit but the DBW sensor/mount would be VERY close to the steering column. But pedal itself pretty much where the original one was.

However, I noticed that by moving the new pedal there the DBW sensor was right in line with the brake pedal arm. This would probably be no big deal under normal circumstances. (i.e. normal braking)

But I worried if the brakes were to go out or as they were pumped to the floor for bleeding, that the arm could contact the DBW sensor and possibly break it.

Has anyone trying the bracket noticed if the sensor will be in line with the brake arm or not? Just wondering.

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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

For all of the guys looking for a pedal bracket to work with the 73-87 trucks, here's a thread that has some great info in it:

http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=692222
http://www.hotrodlane.cc/Streetstories/81%20swap.pdf

Apparently a factory OEM gas pedal from a 94-02 CHEVY GMC 6.5L V8 DIESEL (PN 15984422) will bolt right in. You have to repin a few wires, but it's supposed to be pretty straight forward.

The .pdf file has a complete discussion on the entire install, but here is a small snippet:

"This is the installed Pedal Position Sensor AKA Drive by Wire pedal.
I used one from a 1998 6.5 Diesel truck as it bolts right up and is a closer match
than the later Silverado pedal. A couple of the wires do have to be moved as it is
internally wired different. Basically, there are three different sensors in the pedal
and the PCM compares all three of these to determine how much throttle
opening the drivers is requiring. If these three sensors do not agree, a code will
be set and the PCM takes a best guess at what the throttle opening should be.
The gray wire was moved from location A to J, the Brown wire was moved from
location E to A and the Yellow wire was moved from location J to E. I also had to
add a slot in the connector plug so it would plug into the pedal."

PLEASE NOTE I HAVEN'T TRIED THIS ON A TRUCK, I'M JUST PASSING THE INFORMATION. DO YOUR HOMEWORK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE ANY PARTS!!!!

Good luck with your LS Swap!!!
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Re: DBW Gas Pedal Adapter bracket

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For all of the guys looking for a pedal bracket to work with the 73-87 trucks, here's a thread that has some great info in it:

http://67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard/s...d.php?t=692222
http://www.hotrodlane.cc/Streetstories/81%20swap.pdf

Apparently a factory OEM gas pedal from a 94-02 CHEVY GMC 6.5L V8 DIESEL (PN 15984422) will bolt right in. You have to repin a few wires, but it's supposed to be pretty straight forward.

The .pdf file has a complete discussion on the entire install, but here is a small snippet:

"This is the installed Pedal Position Sensor AKA Drive by Wire pedal.
I used one from a 1998 6.5 Diesel truck as it bolts right up and is a closer match
than the later Silverado pedal. A couple of the wires do have to be moved as it is
internally wired different. Basically, there are three different sensors in the pedal
and the PCM compares all three of these to determine how much throttle
opening the drivers is requiring. If these three sensors do not agree, a code will
be set and the PCM takes a best guess at what the throttle opening should be.
The gray wire was moved from location A to J, the Brown wire was moved from
location E to A and the Yellow wire was moved from location J to E. I also had to
add a slot in the connector plug so it would plug into the pedal."

PLEASE NOTE I HAVEN'T TRIED THIS ON A TRUCK, I'M JUST PASSING THE INFORMATION. DO YOUR HOMEWORK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE ANY PARTS!!!!

Good luck with your LS Swap!!!
I'm in need of this pedal for my Suburban LQ4 swap.
I'm a little intimidated swapping wires around. Is there a guide on how to move wires around on the connector? How do I get the wise out of the connector without damaging them? And then how do I reinstall them?

I'm pretty much done with my swap, and it drives great,but the pedal is way out of position. Hate to go screwing with my harness if everything is working, but the diesel pedal sounds like a good idea.
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Old 05-19-2016, 08:57 AM   #19
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I'm in need of this pedal for my Suburban LQ4 swap.
I'm a little intimidated swapping wires around. Is there a guide on how to move wires around on the connector? How do I get the wise out of the connector without damaging them? And then how do I reinstall them?

I'm pretty much done with my swap, and it drives great,but the pedal is way out of position. Hate to go screwing with my harness if everything is working, but the diesel pedal sounds like a good idea.
I think they use a paperclip to disengage the pin, but I'm not 100% sure. If you open the .pdf file and read through it, I think it describes how to remove the pins/wires. Just a NOTE, I've not used the pedal that is described in the .pdf file, I was just passing on the info that I found.
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The Kicker is finding the pedal. 300 ish new. And used ones are problematic. Jay
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The Kicker is finding the pedal. 300 ish new. And used ones are problematic. Jay
Rockauto.com has them for $120 + shipping

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The Kicker is finding the pedal. 300 ish new. And used ones are problematic. Jay
What do you mean by problematic? Everything I read about them (mainly on diesel forums) was they're pretty simple and don't wear out so buying one used shouldn't be a big deal. Hopefully that's still the case since I have a used one sitting on my shelf waiting for my swap to start lol.

If you're looking for a used one car-part.com and eBay are good places to look ($45-90+). Also, Dorman makes a replacement sensor (#699-207) for around $80-90 so if you get a bad one cheap enough it still might be cheaper than buying a new one...

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I'm in need of this pedal for my Suburban LQ4 swap.
I'm a little intimidated swapping wires around. Is there a guide on how to move wires around on the connector? How do I get the wise out of the connector without damaging them? And then how do I reinstall them?

I'm pretty much done with my swap, and it drives great,but the pedal is way out of position. Hate to go screwing with my harness if everything is working, but the diesel pedal sounds like a good idea.
Here's a pretty good youtube video I found that shows how to take apart the different types of LS harness connectors:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebO4-EwMJDM

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Rockauto.com has them for $120 + shipping

http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....1380181&jsn=10
Never mind Hart Rod replied while I was typing with a better deal

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What do you mean by problematic? Everything I read about them (mainly on diesel forums) was they're pretty simple and don't wear out so buying one used shouldn't be a big deal. Hopefully that's still the case since I have a used one sitting on my shelf waiting for my swap to start lol.

If you're looking for a used one car-part.com and eBay are good places to look ($45-90+). Also, Dorman makes a replacement sensor (#699-207) for around $80-90 so if you get a bad one cheap enough it still might be cheaper than buying a new one...



Here's a pretty good youtube video I found that shows how to take apart the different types of LS harness connectors:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebO4-EwMJDM



Never mind Hart Rod replied while I was typing with a better deal
We had a couple of them get glitchy in the diesel trucks. They started to produce erratic readings, and had to be replaced. Both around 150k.
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I am curious if this bracket would also work on 2009 and up pedals? I have a 2014 going in a 64 c20. Could you share an up close picture please??
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I am curious if this bracket would also work on 2009 and up pedals? I have a 2014 going in a 64 c20. Could you share an up close picture please??
Do you have a picture of your pedal?
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