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Help! Adjustable pedal install in column shift.

I am right at the end of installing adjustable pedals in my 04 column shift but cannot maneuver the final inch or two required to get the bracket holes into the 4 brake pedal bolts.

It is very tight in there.

Is there a trick to maneuvering the final couple of inches? Should I remove the intermediate shaft (it's only disconnected at the moment)?

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Disconnect the shift cable in back of the cluster space.
There's a little bracket on it that prevents you from moving that last little bit.
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Disconnect the shift cable in back of the cluster space.
There's a little bracket on it that prevents you from moving that last little bit.
Thank you! Removing the shifter bracket and rotating it out of the way is exactly what I did.
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How do you install it in one that has the shifter on the floor..? And what is the procedure?
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