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Old July-16th-2006, 08:48 PM   #1
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clutch switch?

do we have one/where would it be?
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Old July-19th-2006, 06:40 AM   #2
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no then?
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Old July-19th-2006, 03:14 PM   #3
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I dunno what that is, either.
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yes...

you are referring to the switch that interrupts the ignition unless the clutch is depressed ???
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Wow, I learn something every day.
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Old July-19th-2006, 10:39 PM   #7
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yes...

you are referring to the switch that interrupts the ignition unless the clutch is depressed ???
yes, that is the one.
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Yes we have one. If you don't depress the clutch, your car will not start. It's usually bypassed when you install a remote car starter.
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Look on the clutch pedal assy (i assume you have - but, heh, maybe it helps...). You should see a wire cable going to a white plastic pressure switch. (I have not looked - but that is what it SHOULD look like/be located.... )

Check the ugly.net manual also if i am wrong.
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Look on the clutch pedal assy (i assume you have - but, heh, maybe it helps...). You should see a wire cable going to a white plastic pressure switch. (I have not looked - but that is what it SHOULD look like/be located.... )

Check the ugly.net manual also if i am wrong.
i have checked the ugly.net manual (i have it printed out ) but i cant...decipher? it.
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Follow Da P Funk's instructions and look for the white wire with a green tracer on it. There's a black wire going into the same molex. Those are the lines you're looking for. Why are you looking for your clutch safety wires anyways? Are you planning on installing a car starter?
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