ah - you're too new. Never mind. Find a thread with an appropriate picture of the clutch pedal and take this and with you to the car and a torch too as well as some needle nose pliers and a phillips screwdriver!!!
1) Phillips screwdriver and take the footrest off (4 screws and one is shorter than the others from memory so remember where that one goes)
2) With your head in the footwell and looking up the clutch pedal, you will see a small white box with a multiplug on it. Turn the box ANTICLOCKWISE, it will unclip (DO NOT PULL IT OFF). Undo the multiplug and you will be left with the box in your hand. Put the box to one side for the moment.
3) If the clip on the clutch pedal has broken, the pedal will be all the way down, with your right hand, pull it towards you.
4) Use your left hand to push the brass eyelet from the master cylinder onto the little clutch pedal rod. (you may have to push and pull the clutch pedal back and forth as you push the eyelet on – careful not to push it too far down because the eyelet will come off again!)
5) Once it is on there, you can attach the clip – there is just a small hole on the end of the pedal rod through which the pin goes. I spent AGES getting the pin through the top hole coming downwards rather than through the bottom, upwards. That is that.
6) Hoover the crap from behind the footrest and screw it back into place.
7) Attach the white box you removed through the hole above the pedal from whence it came and turn it clockwise by 90 degrees – it will click into place, re-attach the mltiplug to the white box. (the box will only click into place if you put it in the right way and the multiplug will only attach in one direction too).
8) Take the car for a spin and make sure the cruise control is working. If not, get back home, take the white box off again and, using some pliers, pull the little pin out – re-attach the box and take it for another test drive to test the cruise control. If you cannot get the box on after pulling the pin out, you have pulled it too far. Grip the pin with pliers and push it in until it clicks once – then you’re done and take it for a test drive.
TIPS – At point 4 and before you slip the eyelet onto the pedal, stick white lithium grease all over the eyelet and the rod and stick a washer/rubber “o” ring or two onto the rod BEFORE you stick the eyelet on and then carry on.
I am not handy with the spanners but managed to do it – it takes AGES to get the pin through the hole from the top but it is apparently the better way to do it.
Hope this helps.