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Wont start--no click

I have a 1995 vw jetta with a 2.0 manual transmission and i still have same
problem--no start--no click. i checked the clutch pedal switch wiring and found that there is no power coming from the wire. what now?

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Volkswagon ign switch contacts give a lot of trouble burning out and when u turn key no power goes to the starter solenoid.worth checking out.

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