Most GM muscle cars equipped with automatic transmissions from the factory also had a hole in the floorboard to accommodate the clutch pedal pushrod, but it was covered by a block-off plate. Removing it can be difficult since it's hidden beneath the brake booster, but it eliminates the need to drill a hole yourself. The pedal kit includes a rubber boot that bolts in place of the block-off plate using the stock screws. With the pedals in position, the clutch actuator pushrod was attached from the pedal to the Z-bar, and then the master cylinder pushrod was connected to the brake pedal. Next, the clutch fork pushrod and springs were attached to the Z-bar and clutch fork.