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It tells the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) what position your clutch pedal is in (pretty much like the name implies). The PCM will not allow the starter to work unless the clutch pedal is in the down position. The purpose is to keep you from starting the engine with the clutch engaged so the vehicle doesn't jump forward and kill somebody when you twist the key.
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Just to be sure recheck the fluid level of the mastercylinder again. If it is a little low refill with proper fluid, and work the clutch several times with parking brake set. Also check the clutch pedal bushings at the top of clutch pedal to make sure there is no sticking or excessive wear. If you find anything unusal about the bushings, they need to be replaced. Hope this will help you.
ok i just replaced mine to but you have to make sure that you replace the throwout bearing(correctly) if this does not happen it is like the clutch is engaged partially all the time and another thing is that make sure no oil is in the clutch pack. i replaced my main engine seal while i had it apart because it was tossing oil into the clutch area.
i have the same problem its with the clutch its either the pressure plate , release bearing , or a clutch spring unfortunately and costs around 600$ to fix the neons have a "modular" clutch witch means that you buy a clutch/ flywheel combo unlike most cars that you buy seperately its pre assembled and a pain to replace for good measure go to a reputable transmission shop and have them check it (be shure they do a free check first) unless you have the tools and time to DIY