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you need to back flush the system. take the hoses of the rad line to the in side rad. and flush it out. at same time may aswell to the rest of the system get all the muck out of the system. needs to be done evey few years.
Just open the fuse box and look for the blown one. If you look at the fuses, you will see a shiny bit in a small gap on the top of them. The one you are looking for will not have this shiny bit. First make sure the Dashboard Dimmer has not been turned all the way down. Your car may not have this as you don't mention the model.
well first give both switches a good swilling of switch cleaner or some thing like WD40 then if this dont put it right take off the clutch switch turn on the ignishion and short out the clutch switch if the motor turns over its the clutch switch if it dont its the ignishion switch but i bet a good swilling with WD40 sorts it out first,