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I am having to slam my cltch pedal to the floor to get it to start

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Your neutral safety switch is probably bad. Get a repair manual for the truck, locate, check out, and replace the switch if necessary.

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Lay on the drivers side floor board and you will see there is a switch on the brake peddle... That is the brake light switch..
Now look next to it on the clutch peddel... that is the possative clutch diseguagement switch... You will want to adjust that so it is closer to the peddel...
Easy FixYa!

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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