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their is a forlk conected to the pedal that when you push the clutch the forlk pulls back and allows you to shift between the gears. when the car is off the forlk is in a nutral state but inguages when the engine starts
check for fuses under the hood? and I think that the wires are memory illumination power and acc./ ant. probably a momentary hot controlled by the radio itself. used for factory amplifiers and electric antenna. so you should have... the constant hot (memory) only hot when lights are on (ill.) only hot when radio is turned on (amp / ant) and switched. thats why I think there must be a fuse under the hood I'll look for a diagram and post back. what I find