I can't believe there's no adjustment on the brake pedal height. I installed new brake booster and master cylinder and assumed when all the 'new stuff' got put together, the brake and clutch pedals would get closer together.. If anything they got worse. Apparently the brake booster on the Dodge DOESN'T have an adjustment..?! Either at the back / rod, or the front / pin. This seems nuts. What am I missing? Now while under the dash, I did notice that the 'clutch end' (left end), of the brake / clutch pedal shaft has lost it's (plastic) bushing. I bought a bag of new ones and tried to squash it in to place. No luck (actually it went in about half way and I expect it to fall back out). The shaft, itself, is rusted and seems stuck, but the clutch pedal.. (not the brake pedal so much) was / is flopping around a bit because of the loss of this bushing. BUT the doesn't seem to really affect the 'height' of either of the pedals. I am actually tempted to (I can't believe I'm saying this), pull the pedal mounting bracket off the firewall.. (in the spring).. and rebuilding it.. with bronze bushings, ..(Instead of the [really stupid] factory plastic bushings).. But.. there's also another related problem.. Because the brake pedal doesn't come back up, all the way to the 'top' of it's stroke, this 'slop' allows the pedal to be pulled up, (with a toe) another ? 1/2".. and THIS automatically screws up the brake light switch adjustment.. So.. If I pull the brake pedal up, (to the physical limit of it's stroke), the switch rod 'collapses' that much, and then when releasing the pedal, to what should be it's 'normal' position, the brake lights stays on.. and the only way to 'fix' THIS problem, is to pull out the switch and pull it's rod back out, (and with the brake pedal held down, re-install it)(and NOT pull the pedal up again) AARRGGHHH.. This slop shouldn't exist !!! and when 'released' the brake pedal SHOULD have enough ? 'spring back' force to bring it all the way to the top of it's stroke. It doesn't.. Where did this 'spring back' pressure go? Is a spring missing? Is the booster rod too short..? (I'm sure they didn't leave the factory like this).. I'm stumped.. Please someone tell me what's going on.. Thanks.