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your fuel tank has a leak which means its getting air or releasing air outside of the fuel tank is why the fuel pump is not working properly because of where the leak is at by this changing the pressure.
Have you checked the neutral safety switch? The switch is designed to prevent the vehicle from starting unless the clutch is fully depressed. I am not quite sure where the switch is located, it may be under dash on clutch shaft or the transmission. Keep me posted on this matter.
There is a relay, and it should be in the fuse box. If it's not there, you may have a Constant Control Relay Module (CCRM). It's a big black and silver box around the radiator. The relay could be housed here. If so, you'll have to replace the entire box as these relays are not serviceable.
Hello there..Now you cant adjust it because its hydraulic.You can check the fluid under the hood its on the drives side next to the brake booster to wards the fender..Hope this helps you and Have A good Night
Sounds like you accidently pulled the thin wire from you starter motor. Look at the connections at the end of the solenoid, mounted on starter motor.The thick red wire is Battery + next to that connection is a smaller male push- on terminal, locate loose wire (thin) in the same area and reconnect to male push-on terminal on solenoid or check if earth cable between body/battery to engine wasnt removed in the process.Also some vehicles you have to engage the clutch before starting, check for a switch located on clutch pedal where master cylinder connects to clutch pedal (Is clutch switch mounted and wiring connected?)
you need 2 people, 1 with a spanner on the bleeder and the other to pump the clutch. fill the fluid canaster, pump the clutch, with the bleeder shut, then hold the clutch down then undo the bleeder, without releasing the clutch, allow the clutch to go to the floor air will come out, then tighten the bleeder, then you can release the clutch, keep repeating until you have a stream of fluid and no air, always make sure you have done up the bleeder before you release the clutch, and mke sure you have fluid in the canaster.