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Can I simply bypass my clutch switch? the truck is not driven much, maybe 30 miles a month, checking on my livestock, so can i just bypass the clutch switch? Someone said I could. thanks

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  • elizjeanne Sep 28, 2008

    A remote starter? I have an 1986 Ford Pickup F250, 351 Eng. I do not have a remote starter . Isn't a remote start only with a key? Thanks for getting back at me, Please clarify, they did not make remote starters in 1986..I believe.

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Yes you can. this has to be done for a vehicle with a remote starter and a manual transmission. follow the clutch pedal up to the switch and unplug the harness. then install a jumper like a paper clip and tape it up good. now secure it out of the way. good luck.....scott

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