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Daewoo musso , can i have dip the clutch to start engine system disconected.

Daewoo musso tdi, 4x4,,its a pain to have to push the clutch pedal down all the way every time you want to start engine, ok it is a good security system , but if you are only 5ft 4ins tall its along stretch with short legs. thanks for any assistance

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  • ALAN JOHNSTON Oct 26, 2008

    DAEWOO MUSSO HAS A SECURITY DEVICE AS WELL AS AN IMMOBILISER, YOU HAVE TO DIP THE CLUTCH PEDAL ALL THE WAY DOWN AS FAR AS IT WILL GO EVERY TIME YOU WANT TO START THE ENGINE, CAN I DISCONECT THIS SYSTEM, IT MUST BE POSSIBLE ?.

  • ALAN JOHNSTON Oct 27, 2008

    I AM NOT WORRIED ABOUT ANY LEGAL ISSUES REGARDING THE CLUTCH PEDAL IMMOBILISER FOR STARTING, I AM SELF EMPLOYED IN UK IN VEHICLE AND BOAT MOVEMENTS IN UK, RETIRED GARAGE OWNER, DAEWOO MUSSO RECENTLY PURCHASED FOR TOWING ONLY, THE CLUTCH DIPPING IS SIMPLY GETTING ON MY T--S, DEAD SIMPLE SOLUTION WOULD BE NICE, MUSSO IS THE BEST YET FOR TOWING IN COMFORT, JUST THE CLUTCH DIPPING.

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Look under the clutch pedal. there is a switch there that is mounted wherein when you press on the clutch, it would close. you can by pass that switch by putting wires on both wires that went to the switch, then run the wire to a normally open switch with spring loaded. meaning it is always open and would only closes when you toggle the switch and the switch would go back to open when you releases.

mount this toggle switch in your left hand side lower dash board. so when ever you will start, instead of pressing on the clutch, just press the switch and your car will start.

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Actually its a company built system you manually cannot change the system.but a local car technician can definately help you for this problem.as many short people get this facility done in their cars.it is possible for them to do. but you have to find that technician thats bit a job.
hope this helps...

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You have to leave it ! safety precaution

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

  • jason Oct 26, 2008

    you can get it adjusted so you don't have to press down so far but it must stay

    disconnecting it will make it so it won't start up , it has to be connected to start the car

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This feature is built into all the vehicles now a days for safety reasons ad we are forced to live with it wether we like it or not. If you have the wiring schematics for your vehicle you will be able to by-pass this feature, however a mechanics shop would not be allowed to do this by-law. Not to mention that if something ( an accident ) did happen that this feature could have prevented, it would become a huge liability issue. sorry that I couldn't be of any further assistance to you and that you do take the time to rate this response.
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There is a switch on the clutch peddal you could adjust it up so you dont have to push all the way
i think you were hinting at removing the the switch , it can be done but i dont recomend it.
i set up a ford escape with a push button for her clutch switch and she likes that.
there are many ways to over come this problem.
let me know if you need further help
paul

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    paul erickson Oct 26, 2008

    i shouldnt tell you this but to test the system look under the dash and you will see the switch that closes when you push the clutch . im not sure on your truck but on the escape we did we put a jumper wire across to make the comp. think the clutch was pushed.



    ive also seen people put tape on the switch to hold it in so the comp thinks the clutch is depressed.

    good luck

    paul

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Ok..i am not sure what you are asking for here..

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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    A Womans Computer Man Oct 27, 2008

    sure..short the switch..that will tell the system it is engaged..but that might also convince the system that
    there is a failure in the clutch..tough situation..good luck to you


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