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- Clutch pedal safety switch maladjusted of defective.
- On the combination meter you will find a button. With the ignition switch on, press it many times to bring it to Trip A. Keep it pressing for 3 seconds and release when it turn down to zero
SOUND LIKE FAULTY STARTER CLUTCH INTERLOCK SWITCH LOCATED NEAR THE UPPER END OF THE CLUTCH PEDAL OR YOU HAVE A FAULTY STARTER RELAY.CHECK TO SEE IF POWER GOING TO THE CLUTCH INTERLOCK SWITCH WIRES WHEN CLUTCH PEDAL PRESS DOWN. IS YES SWITCH IS BAD.IF NO POWER GOING TO CLUTCH INTERLOCK SWITCH YOU HAVE FAULTY STARTER RELAY OR BLOWN STARTER FUSE.
There are two switches. The one you probably want is the starter/clutch interlock switch which is located at near the upper end of the clutch pedal. This switch engages your clutch. If engine wont turn over with clutch depressed and key to start, loosen the locknut and turn the cylinder clockwise to move the switch in closer to the clutch, try again. If problem persists, check ignition switch wiring for shorts/bad connections; there is no voltage from the starter relay to the switch, or no continuity between the two terminals on the switch, or the switch is bad. Hope this helps you out
Minor: press clutch pedal press the N switch & keep pressed switch on ignition you will hear sound or the N will display release clutch the sound or the N press clutch hear the sound release clutch end
Look under the dash at the clutch pedal. Should be a switch or a button hidden under there near the top of the pedal. Pull the connector off and put a large paper clip in it, or a short piece of wire, and try the starter. If it doesn't work then check the starter fuse and relay. Just swap the starter relay out with something that you know works like the AC or Fuel pump and see if it starts. If all else fails then it could be the ignition switch itself.
sounds like your clutch safety switch, the switch that keeps the vehicle from starting unless clutch pedal is depressed, is not working.. the correct thing to do would be to buy a new one.. on the other hand cutting the wires and wiring them together will work just fine.. but keep in mind the vehicle will then start in gear with out pushing in the clutch pedal so use extra precaution when starting if you decide to take this route.. hope i could help