Needle-nose pliers, straight and the bent ones, could be the tools that
work best. There might have been a strong string involved too (often
useful when installing springs). Long ago I replaced the spring, but I
can't recall how I did it except that it was from under the car and the
job took longer than it should have done.
On Wed, 6 Sep 2006 08:26:44 -0400 "Bill Snyder" <email@example.com>
> Hello list. I think that I have found my problem. My brake pedal does
> not have a return spring. As one lister pointed out, getting a
> placed is going to be a PITA, but that beats having to replace four
> wheel cylinders. Does anyone have any nifty suggestions on how to
> the spring without removing the floorboard?
> Bill Snyder
> '53 TD
> '66 B
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