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Volkswagen Golf Owners Manual: Pedals

Fig. 132 Pedals in vehicles with a manual gearbox: ① accelerator, ② brake pedal, ③ clutch pedal

Fig. 133 Pedals in vehicles with an automatic gearbox: ① accelerator, ② brake pedal

First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings

The operation and freedom of movement of all pedals must never be impaired by objects or floor mats.

Only use floor mats that leave the pedal area free and can be securely fastened in the footwell.

If a brake circuit fails, you will have to depress the brake pedal further than normal in order to bring the vehicle to a stop.

WARNING

Objects in the driver footwell can hinder pedal operation. This can lead to loss of control of the vehicle and increase the risk of serious injury.

NOTICE

The pedals must be freely operable at all times. For example, the braking distance to fully stop the vehicle will be longer if a braking circuit is faulty. The brake pedal will have to be depressed further and harder than normal.
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