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I have a 96 ford mustang Gt. When I push the clutch in the car wont start up. I have power and the battery and the fuses are good.

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It should have a clutch saftey switch on the clutch pedal.Its a saftey feature simular to a neutral saftey switch it will only allow the engine to crank when the pedal is fully depressed.

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