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The Clutch Pedal Position Switch (CPPS) is located under the instrument panel, attached to the clutch master cylinder push rod. The wiring harness connector is inside of the vehicle under the left side of the instrument panel.This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
you can, but I don't advise it. you really don't want your to start in gear. the switch is down by the clutch pedal, some of these have adjustments. if yours doesn't you can glue a rubber washer or two on it or the pedal to close the gap between the pedal and switch
Is the noise from the motor or transmission area? Try to localise the source of noise.
Could be a dry clutch throwout bearing.
If it is, the noise will change when clutch pedal is pushed down.
Could also be a failed pressure plate.
Get the clutch / transmission inspected if it continues.
bleeding clutch requires 2 people one to mash the pedal and 1 to open bleed valves or open line by breaking loosening a connection and use the fill plug on sid eof trans to fill when full fluid will come out of this fill plug remember it is on the side of the transmission