BMW DELRIN ACCELERATOR BUSHINGS (35411119016)
One of the most neglected bushings on your classic BMW is this little accelerator bushing that connects the throttle linkage under the dash. This can cause a sloppy accelerator feel and at times, squeak when the gas pedal is pushed. The original bushings have been pushed thousands of times. Sure, you can replace it with another OEM unit (part number 35411119016). But even the new units are very soft. Do it once, do it right. by using our Delrin accelerator bushings as a replacement to the stock bushings, this is a permanent fix! Comes with an installation tool, for a simplified install. Lubricate with lithium grease on installation to ensure quiet service for years to come.
Note: We also offer E30 throttle cable bushings, which can be found here, for the ultimate throttle refresh!
- Fits BMWs that have the bushing 35411119016. Please check on realoem.com before ordering to make sure that this will work on your car.
- E30: 84-92 ALL
- E34: 89-95 (530i &535i) (will not fit E34 M5)
- E24: 77-86 (628, 633, 635, M6)
- E28: ALL
Install Note: Must be lubricated on installation. We provide an installation tool for a smooth install process.
- Accelerator bushing (BMW part number 35411119016)
- Installation tool
**THIS PROCESS WILL DIFFER DEPENDING ON YOUR CHASSIS**
Step 1: Remove the accelerator pedal by removing the c-clip or pushing in the pin on the back right side of the pedal followed by the bottom clip behind the pedal.
Step 2: Remove the throttle cable from the bracket
Step 3: Locate and remove the accelerator pedal pivot bracket clip holding it in place, this will allow you to remove the assembly
Step 4: Remove the old worn out bushings
Step 5: Grab the bolt and one washer from the provided press tool. Put the washer on the bolt followed by one of the bushings with the flat side towards the washer.
Step 6: Place the cup from the press tool over the lip, if your vehicle does not have the lip it will be on the outside. The inside referring to the middle of the accelerator bracket.
Step 7: Take the bolt with the washer and bushing and insert it from the opposite side of the cup and place the other washer and nut and hand tighten it.
Step 8: Hold one end and tighten the other side and the bushing will start to press in.