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Clutch Switch no manual, and I need to know if I it is fairly easy to replace my clutch switch myself, or pay and have my mechanic do it. and if so what tools do I need. my boyfriend is out of town, and I can do some work on my truck, but this am not sure of. I can get a manual if have to, but hope it is specific .What tools do I need. Thanks you for your time..

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Hi.Replacing the clutch switch is very easy and does not require any tools.Look under the dash,the switch is mounted on a bracket right on the clutch pedal.Just find it ,then remove the connector,then twist the switch and it will come out.You might need a small screw driver for re4moving the connector because sometimes they are sticky.Good luck.

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