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There is a switch connected to the clutch that is not hooked up.

Posted on Apr 30, 2013

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  • Rodrigo Alejandre Apr 30, 2013

    Where is the switch connection of the clutch?? I have a 94 Honda Accord Ex.

  • Brad Brown Apr 30, 2013

    Look above the clutch pedal. Looks like a brake light switch that comes on when you press the pedal down

  • Rodrigo Alejandre May 01, 2013

    Found it. Thanks.

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