Question about 1994 Ford Escort
I have a 94 Escort GT with a manual transmission-198,000 miles. My battery is in good shape with power to the instrument panel, lights, turn signal and HVAC blower. When I went to start the vehicle it acted like the clutch pedal was not fully depressed thus not allowing the ignition to turn vehilce over. This happened the previous day, but after re-stepping on the clutched it started. It also happened one cool evening about a year and a half ago, but after coming back an hour later it started with no re-occurence until now.
Do I have a faulty switch that needs replaced?
Look on the clutch pedal and make sure that the lottle stopper did not fall off the pedal or the pedal and the clutch switch is making contact if everything is ok replace the switch
Posted on May 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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