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When i turn my ignition on all my lights and electronics are working however my car doesnt turn over could this be the clutch starter switch please help

I need to know if my clutch starter switch is bad. I have all of my lights and elctronics but no power when i turn the key all the way

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Have battery load tested. it may still be bad. next test your safety switch with an Ohm meter, separated from circuit, push button the one that would be pressed with pedal arm. If nothing changes that's the prob. Another problem could lie with the starter solenoid or the starter itself.

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the switch is located next to the peddle, what you can do is to connect the cables and eliminate the switch.

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Can be a Junk Relay, access is limited, but giving the Starter a "crack" with a mallet, often cures the problem temporarily. But check the Battery terminals, and Cable to the Starter solenoid ,first for tightness and security.
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SOURCE: My 98 jeep grand cherokee wont start.

fuse 8 40a supplies power to starter relay and ignition switch, to close the starter solenoid and engage the starter which draws directly from the battery. check to see that the starter relay is closing, if not ensure that the park neutral switch is not faulty (open circuit), it provides path to close relay (ground side) on the 85 - 86 terminals. if the starter relay does not close the starter will not run. if you have a spare relay swap out the relay for a quick fix attempt. hope this helps

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