Question about 1992 Nissan Pickup
I had the same problem. If it it is a straight drive there is a switch on the clutch pedal. It can be depressed far enough to disengage the clutch and still not activate the switch. You can bypass directly from the positive termainal on the battery to the wire going to the starter to test. However, if you leave that connected the clutch will activate the starter every time you depress it all the way. I replaced the relay module after determining that everything else was working. No problems since. (it is a pain to remove that starter -- but I guess you know that now)
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Replace the clicking relay (on the fender by the battery). The contacts have high resistance so just because it clicks means nothing. You can temporarily short the two heavy wires going to it at its connector with a heavy solid copper wire If the vehicle starts, it's definitely the relay. Even if it doesn't, replace it anyway as these things wear out and only cost $15 or so -- good insurance.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
And check the wires on the clutch release switch.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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