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93 f150 clutch to ignition problem?

For the past several months ive had to stomp ******* the clutch to start the truck. Last time I got her running it took several hits and now it wont start at all. Fluid level is fine, Ive been told that there is a pin somewhere on the linkage off the pedal that pulls a clip allowing the ignition to work? Cant seem to locate that pin or clip though. Any suggestions would be a great help, last ditch effort before I take her to a shop...

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