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GM Performance Parts has an aluminum pedals kit for the Cobalt A/T. It looks really cool. Could one of you guys look thru your GM Accessories catalog and find the part number for these bad boys for me? I'd like to get em for my Monte Carlo SS (Nearly all GM parts, not stock!) that's tiding me over till I get out of college and can go for a Cobalt SS/SC when I don't drive 1000mi a week anymore! :D

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Chevy Cobalt Page said:
Pedal Covers
Designed specifically for Cobalt, these high-quality brushed-aluminum pedal covers replace existing accelerator, brake and manual transmission clutch pedals to provide a sporty performance finish and feel to your interior. The covers also feature raised rubber traction surfaces.
 

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enjoy! WARNING these are a BIATCH to put on! ;)
And you get the brake, clutch and the whole gas assy including the arm and electronic throttle controller. (get a 10mm ratcheting wrench with swivel head) PS dont think these will work for the monte since it doesnt have electronic throttle.... :cool:

Sport Pedal Covers
These brushed aluminum covers with raised rubber traction surfaces replace existing pedals to provide a sporty performance finish and feel to your interior.

Part: 12499875 (Automatic) 12499876 (Manual)
 

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ss_sc_cobalt said:
enjoy! WARNING these are a BIATCH to put on! ;)
And you get the brake, clutch and the whole gas assy including the arm and electronic throttle controller. (get a 10mm ratcheting wrench with swivel head) PS dont think these will work for the monte since it doesnt have electronic throttle.... :cool:

Sport Pedal Covers
These brushed aluminum covers with raised rubber traction surfaces replace existing pedals to provide a sporty performance finish and feel to your interior.

Part: 12499875 (Automatic) 12499876 (Manual)
Thank you! Soooo good to know that they come as assemblies. I'm used to stuff not working out of the box, thats why I have tools like a welder and assorted hammers and drifts. I'll just knock out the pivot on the accelerator, bushing it if I have to, and drift it onto the Monte Carlo pedal assembly.
 

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hookdupdelsol said:
I'm suprised you can't call the stealership and get the part number! I'm sure they have it on file!
I did call my dealer (well, my parts guy, not my dealership) first. No records in GM SI/PI.

So I called him again today and he says they're currently unavailable! Guess I oughta call around...
 

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ya dealers are clueless! If their parts software has not been updated they dont know jack! Tell em to call their local parts assistance # and give them the part number they will have info.
 

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ss_sc_cobalt said:
ya dealers are clueless! If their parts software has not been updated they dont know jack! Tell em to call their local parts assistance # and give them the part number they will have info.
Tomorrow I'll call my guy in PA who cuts me a deal and delivers parts to my workplace. He knows his stuff.
 
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