Question about 1988 Chevrolet S-10
I get in push the clutch and it want start. All electrical comes on but it want start. I have to move the clutch peddle up and down, shift in and out of gears and keep turning the key back and forth until it finally starts. sometimes it after 30 sec others it several min. I may need my clutch adjusted but was unsure if that would help. It almost seems like there is some kind of safty part of the clutch that will not allow the truck to start until the clutch is depressed to a certain point. If there is would there be a way to bipass this?
What to wires do u do I have 6 wires
Posted on Dec 04, 2014
There is a clutch switch on the end of clutch peddle this is for safety reasons so you dont launch into lets say your house if it was in gear when you tried to start the truck without pushing in the clutch .i dont recommend bypassing the switch though there are two wires that go to it if put together that will bypass the switch.
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