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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-16-2009, 07:15 PM
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Well, you don't have to remove the pedal box to R&R the clutch MC though access to the socket head cap screws admittedly is tight. If you do choose to continue on the direction you've chosen then, yes, you must loosen the dash in order for the pedal box to clear; a much larger undertaking IMHO than R&Ring the MC only. For dash removal (loosening) instructions, do a search for Milano ABS removal but if the IC is out already, I think what remains is pretty simple: two large screws at the base of the windshield beneath the center vent, four or five screws located deep behind the IC and the center control display, four along the lower edge of the dash (one behind the box cubby hole above your left knee [pull it out], one above your right knee at the center console, one on the opposite side of the center console hidden by the glove box [pull it out] and one at the far right side. With these out you can pull the lower edge of the dash to the rear to snake the pedal box out. PITA but doncha just love it?
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Being this far along you might as well pull the pedal box so you can clean and lube the pivots.
My Alfa mech said it was the hardest job on the Milano (with ABS) so everthing else will be cake!
I've sone it twice (once to replace pivot bushings and second time to remove ABS) Its easier the second time because you can visulize where the boltse

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