I have the Genuine Mopar pedal covers on my 2012 SRT automatic. They look and feel great. The brake one was a pita to put on. I had to heat them up a bit to get the rubber to loosen and stretch a bit. I think I lubed it with soapy water also. Many on this forum had the same trouble. I don't know if they revised it since, the ones on mine are from 2012.
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Recall the Toyota "sudden acceleration deal" a few years back. The solution of the recall was they will saw off part of the brake peddle. (That's the official answer). The same issue happened with FCA, but it not make the same news splash.
We already debated this back then if it was driver error, computers, but the end result was the design (in Toyota's case.) of the brake peddle.
My point in mentioning this is that, there are many covers that look cool. Stick with OEM. If anything happens, you don't want them to point the fingers back to you.
I'm sure itz just me, but I don't like the look of the E Brake cover. Too small of an area to put only 6 rubber dots. Look disproportional with the larger pedals. I'll leave mine as is. Plus, itz the only one with nice lettering 😁.
My Dead Pedal didn't adhere to the pad on the carpet, I ended up using 2 self tapping screws to hold it on. Not too soon after the rubber bits started tearing out, falling off.
My ebrake cover didn't stay on with the provided double sided tape. I ended up drilling a hole thru it and the ebrake lever, and used another self tapping screw.
With my 2020, I'm just using the MOPAR bright pedal kit, not wasting my time with the dead pedal or ebrake ones.